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A Farmer In Ireland Has Knitted Ear Warmers For His Cows And OMG

A Farmer In Ireland Has Knitted Ear Warmers For His Cows And OMG

Do you want to hear something completely adorable? Of course you do.

Earmuffs for calves exist and they are one of the most heartwarming things we have ever seen.

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Irish dairy farmer Cans Moleman posted a super cute pic of a baby cow wearing pink knitted ear muffs to Twitter and everyone is absolutely loving it. "So it turns out ear muffs for calves to stop them getting frostbite are a real thing..." he captioned the post.


The tweet has since gone viral with 30.1k retweets and 171.5k likes which really just proves how much we all love cute little cows wearing winter accessories.

The calf in question is located in Canada where temperatures can regularly plummet to below zero, making these earmuffs great to help the animals adjust to the bitter climes.

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Bless their little hearts (and ears).

Credit: Pixabay
Credit: Pixabay

A piece of genius, the muffs have a water repellent material on the outside to help keep the ears dry whether its snowing or raining, while the cute nose piece keeps the muffs in place and the cows super snug.

And it doesn't stop there - Cans followed up his post with another image of a baby calf in a little coat. Yep, a calf in a coat. We can't.


"They're made for places like Canada where it gets to around -10... we put lil coats on some of the weaker calve on our farm though."

Followers have replied to the post with equally-adorable pictures of their own cows in ear warmers and we think this could be our favourite Twitter thread of all time.

Credit: Twitter
Credit: Twitter
Credit: Twitter
Credit: Twitter

One man even said that he "used to bring calves into the basement by the fire when it got too cold in the winter. They'd have muffs on and i'd read them bedtime stories and feed them bottles of milk" and we want to marry him.

Another took it to another level, posting a picture of her chicken in what we now know is called a 'chicken saddle'. "If you want to know something cute and ridiculous, they also make chicken saddles!

"They're used to help keep their backs safe from further injury from roosters. Here's two of my own girls wearing them."

Credit: Twitter
Credit: Twitter

Keep 'em coming!

Featured Image Credit: Unsplash

Topics: Life News, Real, Animals

Naomi Chadderton

Naomi is a freelance journalist working for Tyla. After graduating from The University of Nottingham, Naomi moved out to Dubai where she worked for Grazia Middle East and Harper's Bazaar Arabia. She is now back home and enjoying the London life.

 

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