Uncle Neil’s Home, a New Jersey-based farm animal rescue facility, recently brought home a blind cow named Helen.

Poor Helen lived on a dairy farm for her entire life. But luckily, the day after her 19th birthday, she was brought to her loving, forever home at Uncle Neil’s. 

Since she was stuck at a dairy farm, she’s never had something to call her own.

So when the animal rescue facility gave Helen her own person round hay bale, she couldn’t control herself. Watch this moving video posted to the TikTok account @uncleneilshome


@uncleneilshome Helen has a new love in her life: Her very own personal round bale ❤️ That’s 800 pounds of fresh, tasty hay that also doubles as her own personal scratching post for all the hard to reach places! ❤️‍🩹 HELEN HEALTH UPDATE: As mentioned a few weeks ago, Helen has some pretty bad osteoarthritis which is currently being managed with medication. It’s definitely helping her because she spends no less than 10 hours a day grazing happily around her pasture! We tested for communicable bovine illnesses, and one test came back positive, but our vet thinks it may be a fluke and we’re retesting her. Until that test comes back negative, Helen has to remain in quarantine and separated from the herd. As soon as we have the results, she’ll be able to make friends 🥹 She will never be part of our main herd because it wouldn’t be safe for her, but we have some friends in mind for when the time comes! ⭐️ Emmy cow update coming tomorrow! #cow #cows #animal #hay #farm #animalrescue #rescue #animals ♬ original sound – Uncle Neil’s Home

Be still our hearts! We can’t handle how precious this video is. We’re beyond thrilled Helen is living out her golden years at this farm animal sanctuary.

Hopefully she knows that she gets to enjoy her own hay bale today, tomorrow, and forever. 

This sweet cow deserves nothing less than all the love in the world after being stuck at a dairy farm for nearly two decades.

The founders of Uncle Neil’s Home were inspired to help other animals after they rescued their dog in 2018.

A year later, they bought a farm and turned it into a safe haven for many animals including cats, chickens, cows, ducks, goats, pigs, and sheep.

This sanctuary is dedicated to rescuing farm animals and giving them a lifelong home, while also educating and advocating for cruelty-free and vegan lifestyles.

If you’re interested in donating or helping Uncle Neil’s Home, visit the website for more information. 

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