WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Matylda finally moo'ved back home.
The cow escaped from her Polish farm two years ago and lived a life on the lam in a nearby forest, sometimes damaging crops. She has finally been caught.
Owner Leszek Zasada spoke about his adventure with the brown cow in a story broadcast Tuesday by the all-news station TVN24.
He said Matylda escaped in 2013 from his farm in Zloty Stok, in Western Poland, the day after he brought her home.
She survived two frigid winters on her own, but the time on the run took its toll. She lost the calf she was sometimes spotted with and returned home with many scars.
Farmers in the area complained of the damage she caused but nobody was able to catch her until last Saturday.