Funny Stories About RSPCA Inspectors and Bulls

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Funny Stories about RSPCA Inspectors

I heard, on the radio an RSPCA Inspector being interviewed by the BBC journalist Peter Allen on his programme 'Drive' on Radio 5 live.  They discussed the types of call out experienced by RSPCA inspectors. Several of these proved to be amusing:

The ParakeetParakeet RSPCA Joke

An inspector was summoned to a home where a parakeet had escaped and alighted on the roof of the house. The inspector was asked if he needed a ladder so that he could climb up to rescue the stranded bird. Alan, the inspector, retorted that he would simply whistle to the bird and hold out his finger. The parakeet promptly flew down and landed on his finger and was recaptured. The owner was absolutely amazed at this brilliance and knowledge of parakeets.

Alan later confided to friends that it was a pure fluke and he hadn't known that it would work and anyway he was afraid of heights. Cow licking with big tongue

The Bull

Here is the situation, Jenny the farmer's wife looks out of her window.  What does she see but a bull in a field caught his head in between the bars of a feeder.

Jenny calls the fire brigade.  Their siren only makes the bull more agitated.  When they appraise the situation they realise they are not equipped to deal with cattle, so they phone for the RSPCA inspector to help free the animal.

Six hefty firemen and the inspector push and pull the beast and eventually they wrestle its head from between the bars. RSPCA inspector and the bull

Mad bullThe bull was, by now, very angry and turned snorting at the men and began to attack them.  Fearing for their life, they hide in the animal feeder. 
Whereupon the farmer's wife burst into tears of joy followed by tears of laughter.

Jenny was now able to rescue the rescuers.  All she did was get the bull's old milk bottle, half fill it with milk, put on the teat, and use it to lead the bull from the animal feeder into the farmyard and close the gate.

Oh Dear, First the Feeder and Now the Pylon

Cow's head stuck in pylon

Worse - Cow Stuck in a Washing MachineCow Stuck in a washing machine

The RSPCA was called to rescue the heifer called 'Spinner' from a field at Higher Fraddon, St Columb, Cornwall, England. The cow had to be freed after getting her head stuck in a fly-tipped washing machine drum.

The lucky cow escaped injury after her ordeal; but the animal charity warned today that fly tipping can cause animals harm. 'It is one of the more unusual things we had had to rescue an animal from,' said RSPCA spokeswoman Jo Barr. 'Young cows are quite curious, and she probably thought there was some food inside the drum,' she added.

A member of the public spotted the frustrated 'Spinner' trying to free herself from the metal drum. RSPCA inspector David Hobbs rescued the heifer, and she has since returned to her herd unharmed.

Lesson: Keep your nose out of things that do not concern you.

Will and Guy hope that 'Spinner' has found the 'Energy Saving Setting'.

Frisky CowsBasket case

A Sussex policeman has been hospitalised after being attacked by a herd of young tearaways. In this case, the violent gang consisted of 50 cows. Inspector Chris Poole received four broken ribs and a punctured lung after the normally docile animals butted and stamped on him when he was out walking his dog on the South Downs. One angry cow charged him in the back, forcing him to the ground, before the others members of the herd joined in. Mr Poole said he only managed to escape when Zak, his faithful golden retriever, ran away and the cows chased after it. Inspector Poole then managed to attract the attention of another dog walker, who called for an air ambulance.

The RSPCA said cows could become protective of their young to the point of becoming aggressive, especially if a large dog was nearby. There are no plans to place an ASBO on the herd.


Bull Runs Amok and Devastates Home Bull runs amok

Probably you have heard the expression, 'Like a Bull in a China Shop' but how about a like a bull in a family home? We have learned that a red-brown Limousin bull which escaped from a farmer near Aachen, Germany, later careered through a house.

'It came in the back and went out the front,' reported a surprised Police spokesperson. Having done a grand tour of the house inspecting the hall, kitchen and living room the bull left by the front door Will and Guy have been informed. On its destructive way it managed to create nearly £8,000 [$16,000 USD] worth of damage. No people were hurt while the bull ran riot we are pleased to say. However, the bull was later put down.

Mad Cow Disease

BSE - Mad cow funny storyTwo cows, Daisy and Ermintrude were chatting over the fence between their fields. Daisy speaks first, 'I tell you, this mad cow disease is really pretty scary. They say it is spreading fast; I heard it hit some cows down on the Thomas's Farm.' Funny story - mad cow disease

Ermintrude looks up and replies, 'I'm not worried in the slightest, it doesn't affect us chickens.'

Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) is commonly known as Mad Cow Disease.  It is believed, but not proven, that the disease may be transmitted to human beings who eat infected meat.  An alternative explanation is that BSE is inhaled by coming into contact with the dust from products made from infected animals.

Cows bse funny story

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