Authorities in California apprehended the final of 40 cows that escaped from a slaughterhouse days earlier, and the bovine will now have a new home thanks to songwriter Diane Warren.
The cows broke free from the Manning Beef slaughterhouse in Pica Rivera on Tuesday night, and all but one were apprehended by Wednesday morning.
The last cow was found early Thursday morning near the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area, about 5 miles from the slaughterhouse, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
About 8:15 a.m. Thursday, the cow was apprehended with the assistance of two ranchers.
Later Thursday, Pico Rivera city officials announced that Diane Warren, the author of hit songs such as "Un-break My Heart," had come forward and offered to pay for the cow's transfer to an animal sanctuary.
Warren had previously tweeted her support for the cows who had escaped.
"These poor babies fleeing for their lives, knowing what awaits them. How cruel humans are," she wrote.
Pico Rivera City Manager Steve Carmona stated that officials are in talks with Manning Beef about finding safe havens for the remaining escaped cows.