Miška comes from a small farm, born in the summer of 2017. She was the last cow in the barn, as the farmer had abandoned livestock farming. The fate of the slaughterhouse awaited her, like many cows, as she was only two years old. She was bought by a person who loved her very much. She managed to convince the farmer to sell her instead of taking her to the slaughterhouse. Then Miška enjoyed two free and beautiful years on another farm, where she was the only cow. The couple took good care of her; she became very attached to them because they brushed and cared for her daily. However, after two years, they could no longer keep her due to health reasons. They sold her to another farm, again with an agreement that Miška was not intended for slaughter. However, in a matter of weeks, she developed mastitis – an inflammation of the udder that was almost fatal for her. Despite never having given birth, she produced milk that needed to be milked, and her udder had to be treated. The farmer decided that this was too costly and too much work, so he opted for slaughter as the best solution. The person who had initially saved her and bought her from the first farmer decided to buy her again and rescue her from a terrible fate. Miška was then brought to us at Pravljica in the autumn of 2021. She was in great pain due to the severe udder infection and had lost trust in people, making her treatment very challenging. After several months of proper treatment, her condition improved, but her traumas were too deep. She became distrustful and aggressive towards us. Miška will need time to adjust to her new environment, people, and life in the herd, as she was not accustomed to this before. Slowly, we are seeing changes, and sometimes we can even pet her while she waits patiently for the barn to be cleaned.