Half-tonne bull has escaped from farm in Kamloops

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He’s considered horned and dangerous.

While unloading the 1,400-pound animal from a truck to the livestock yard, the bull escaped in a very dramatic exit.

“When they were unloading him at the livestock yard, he broke through a fence—numerous fences, actually,” Cpl. Jodie Shelkie told CBC.

The B.C. Livestock Yard and the RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in finding the animal.

“In a week’s time, he hasn’t wandered too far,” Shelkie said. “But it has been three or four days [since he was last seen] and they can travel a great distance.”

This huge bull is unpredictable, and due to his large size and sharp horns, very dangerous. Officials have advised anyone who sees the bull to keep their distance and call it in.

“Any bull that somebody sees loose would probably be our bull. And if it’s not our bull, we would still want to know there’s a loose bull around.”