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Indiana calf moo-ves into the house to avoid flooding

Posted at 1:32 PM, Jun 22, 2018

KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. -- Some parts of central Indiana have received a lot of rain this week.

The Howard family in Knightstown, Indiana lives in one of those parts. 

They had a calf born before all the rain, and the family was worried about her. So they brought the newborn calf, named Penny, inside their house.

The calf's mother is in a trailer, and the family takes Penny out to her every so often to get some milk. Both Penny and her mom are doing fine. 

Check out photos of the calf above.