Annie, an 18-month-old Holstein heifer, was spotted in Tipp City taking a ride in a truck on the highway.

Mooove over! Rescue cow takes ride in truck in Tipp City

You don’t see this every day: A cow riding in the back seat of a truck.

And that’s exactly what someone spotted on Interstate 75 in Tipp City. Their Facebook post has gone viral with over 14,000 shares and comments.

And, as it turns out, the cow itself is becoming an internet sensation. Her official name is Annie the Highway Cow and she has her own Facebook page.

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Just who IS Annie?

She's an 18-month-old Holstein heifer rescued from a factory farm in Indiana at one day old along with her twin sister, Jo, according to owner Cory A. Morris.

Annie the Highway Cow is seen with chickens at a farm where she lives in the Dayton area.
Photo: Facebook / AnnietheHighwayCow

“They were rejected by their mother at birth and required constant care for the first few weeks of life. From day one, she's loved to go for rides in the truck and enjoy the wind in her hair,” he said.

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