Snickers is a longtime resident of our New York Shelter. In 1996, his mother, Rose, arrived at Farm Sanctuary with such severe mastitis that her udders reached the ground. A month later, the farmer who had “owned” Rose relinquished Snickers to us as well, sparing him from an early death. Though Rose has since passed on, charming Snickers remains with us as one of the most recognizable members of our special needs cattle herd. Due to his advanced age, he has more trouble getting around than the younger cattle, but still loves to socialize and be massaged by any visitors to his pasture. Here we see our sweet boy bathing in the warm summer sunlight without a care in the world.