PHOTO: Thousands Flock to See What Could Be the World’s Tiniest Cow

by Halle Ames

You have to check out this photo of the cutest and tiniest cow in the world. Have I ever steered you wrong? Naturally, it is causing udder chaos online! 

I need one. It’s as simple as that. But buckle up, the puns are in no supply, but I only hope to milk it

This dog-sized white cattle is sweeping the internet as the world’s tiniest cow. Hope to see the mini laugh-stock? Look no further than Bangladesh, where Rani was the star of the show. 

Like Dumbo, but flightless. I’m having Deja-Moooo.

Thousands of residents took to the street to catch a glimpse of Rani, despite the national Covid-19 lockdown orders. Officials had a cow

Sajedul Islam, the government’s chief vet for the region, said that the crowd carried the risk of spreading disease that can harm the heifer. 

“I told them they should not allow so many people to crowd the farm. They may carry diseases here that threaten Rani’s health.”

One spectator, 30-year-old Rina Begum, grabbed life by the horns as he traveled from a neighboring town after he herd about Rani. 

“I have never seen anything like this in my life. Never.”

According to the New York Post, Rani is a nearly two-year-old dwarf cow. The animal has attracted endless fans and reporters since her small stature went viral on social media. Us included. 

If you know anyone trying to sell a dwarf cow, I’m in the market… I mean pasture.  

The compact cow stands at just 20 inches tall and is only 25 inches long. Local farmers claim that Rani is the smallest cow in all the land.

Holy Cow

We did a little research into the record. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the shortest cow belongs to Ashkay N.V. and their cow, Manikyam. The mini mammal lived in Kerala, India, and measures 24.07 inches from the hoof to the withers on June 21, 2014.

If all this information is correct, we may have a new champion. The steaks are pretty high here considering a world record involved, but we have faith in Rani!

Furthermore, the manager of Shikor Agro farm in Charigram revealed that the Guinness World Records had promised to rule on 57 pound Rani’s champion status within three months. I hope they don’t butcher this. 

Another onlooker, M A Hasan Howlader, explained the cow’s fame to the Agence France-Presse

“More than 15,000 people have come to see Rani in the past three days alone. People come long distances despite the coronavirus lockdown. Most want to take selfies with Rani.”

Islam, the chief vet, said that Rani would likely not grow anymore since she is a product of “genetic inbreeding.”

Considering how short Rani is, we could call her ground beef… okay, I’m done. I promise.