It was a lovely day in Udaipur, India. But one man noticed something unusual on the side of the road: a tiny, wet calf, curled up in the dust.
It hadn’t rained in days and there was no watering place nearby. How could it be so damp? Then, with a start, the man realized: it was a newborn baby. It had been taken away from its mother and just left there to die, which is the most terrible thing to happen.
Farmers in the dairy industry simply get rid of their cows’ male offspring to prevent any loss of milk. Similarly, this calf must have been victim of some nearby dairy farmer’s wish to keep all the mother’s milk to sell and make profits.