A dying mother is glad for someone she may entrust with her children after she passes away. We rarely come across someone worthy of our trust, and when we do, we feel at ease. It is entirely up to us as individuals to determine whether or not we can be trusted.
Animals who know who they can trust are in the same boat. Their actions toward us serve as a model for how we should respond to them.
Freser, a mother cow, has just given birth to her first and last young calf, and she is grateful to Ismael for assisting her with the birth.
Freser had problems giving birth due to her deteriorating health. Ismael reassured Freser and tried to make her feel at ease throughout the procedure.
Freser expresses his gratitude by kissing him and showering him with affection.
Freser began to cry when the birthing process was over. Yes, believe it or not, the mother cow continued to mourn, tears streaming down her cheeks.
Her health didn’t seem to be getting any better at the time.
Freser’s health had deteriorated significantly since the birth of her daughter, Savi. After giving delivery, she was unable to stand.
The doctor couldn’t locate any blood even during the birthing process. He observed Freser was having difficulty throughout the procedure and had to reach inside her uterus to pull the calf out, despite the fact that there was no bleeding.
Freser began to wail, as if she sensed something was amiss.
Freser kept kissing Ismael after the baby arrived and was safe, as if she was expressing her appreciation. “I trust you to look after my daughter!”
This was her final farewell. Her daughter, Savi, and Ismael were left behind when she was transferred to another location.
Ismael assured Freser that tiny Savi would be well cared after.
Freser died the next day, just days after giving birth. She was content.
Ishmael kept his word to Freser from then on.
At Fundacion Santuario Gaia, Ishmael now looks after Savi and the other cows and bulls (Gaia Sanctuary Foundation).
You can see Freser, her daughter Savi, and Ismael in this video: