A Bull was finally set free after spending his entire life in chains

You have probably heard sayings about men and dogs becoming pals. Man’s best buddy and all that jazz. Many of the folks we know own a dog. People cherish every opportunity to spend time with them. Dogs are just cool; they are communicative and have grown highly predictable as a result of the many years we have spent together.

But have you ever heard the expression “a bull is a man’s best friend?” Most likely not. In fact, much of the information we’ve gathered on bulls has been unfavorable. Bulls are famous for one thing: their power. And, yeah, it is correct. Bulls may be dangerous if you are attempting to hurt them. However, most ranchers who own bulls would assure you that they are not hazardous.

Bulls, like many other animals, are territorial, including dogs and cats. But keep in mind that the main reason we believe bulls charge people on sight is because they are attempting to survive the lost cause that is bull.f.i.ghting.

Bandit the bull has arrived. He was never given the opportunity to be the sort of bull that many of us envision. He spent much of his life imprisoned inside a barn. He was obliged to live a depressing existence. Fortunately, his scenario ended happily. I won’t give away the plot.