Cow and Bull Finally Corraled After Being on the Loose in Miami Suburb of Doral

The animals were in the area of 107th Avenue and 52nd Street

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    Authorities corraled a small cow and a bull that were on the loose after a chase that lasted hours Friday. Passerby Valeria Garbarino, jogger Victor Espana, and Ryan Runge of the Doral Golf Resort and Spa spoke about the episode. "We're just trying to contain them here on the 12th hole," Runge said. (Published Saturday, Mar 9, 2013)

    Authorities corraled a small cow and a bull that were on the loose in the Miami suburb of Doral after a chase that lasted hours Friday.

    The animals escaped Thursday night, said Doral spokeswoman Vilma Petrash.

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    Police tried to corral the cow and bull for hours before restricing them on a golf course, just off the busy 107th Avenue and 52nd Street, that is part of Doral Golf Resort and Spa. They appeared to be eating vegetation and walking around.

    “It would be shocking to be playing golf and hit one of the cows," passerby Valeria Garbarino said.

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    Initially, the animals had been identified as two bulls.

    Animal advocates finally captured the animals in a vehicle – a feat that took at least two hours. Their owners remained unknown.

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