Update: Kayli the Cow Has a Song (Video)

A free spirited cow named Kayli made a brave escape effort from a slaughterhouse in Philadelphia last year.  Her story inspired so many people that Pennsylvania’s governor Tom Corbett issued a pardon for Kayli, allowing her to go to Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary in Woodstock, New York.

No doubt, she has enjoyed her new life of freedom at her new forever home.  Now, a band, EddieB and the G Spots, released a song about Kayli’s travails.  An animated version of the song is on YouTube.


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Photo of Kayli the cow getting kisses from Maybelle, another heffer at Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary via Facebook


Mark Donners
Mark Donner5 years ago

Never forget the reason horrific slaughterhouses exist is because of the human cancer on this planet who only lead their worthless existence to fill their foul, putrid stomachs. What has humanity with a few exceptions (who are fighting in vain against a monstrosity of human unlimited greed) done to contribute to the biossphere of the place they steal the oxygen from? Virtually nothing except Extinction for humanity is assured by the human cancer, pity the tiny minority who actually care.

Sheri D.
Sheri D5 years ago

Kayli is very cute! I wish her a very happy life.

Carrie Anne Brown

great video thanks for sharing

Thomas Brueckner
Thomas Brueckner5 years ago

More of such stories!! It's a funny video of Kayli the cow.

Robin R.
Robin R5 years ago

What a great success story for Kayli, and the song is pretty cute too. Hopefully it will inspire more people to have compassion on a grander scale than just this one cow. If humans can see Kayli's incredible personality, how can they justify the horrific lives and graphic deaths of millions of other cows based on the theory that they are simple/stupid/unfeeling animals? There is something very wrong with the way people think. I hope her story inspires many people to give up meat; every animal deserves the right to be given a "pardon" from the automatic death sentence that is given for simply being born a cow.

Carol R.
Carol R5 years ago

CUTE, love a happy ending.

Mandy Harker
Mandy H5 years ago

Aww how sweet!

nancy b.
Nancy B5 years ago

love it

rene davis
irene davis5 years ago


Giana Peranio-paz
Giana P5 years ago

Now all cows should be "pardoned"!