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Breastfeeding has become a thorny issue in the West, with some women declaring the act 'creepy' while others fervently believe 'breast is best'. But for Couthi Bai, a villager from Kilchu, India, the decision to breastfeed an orphaned calf after its mother died was a natural one. She tells her story.
Since the death of the calf's mother when it was only three days old, Chouthi Bai has breastfed the animal three or four times a day.
"After her mother died, I held her in my arms and breastfed her. I nurtured her by feeding her my milk. She was so young when the cow died. For me there is no difference between a calf and an infant," Bai, a resident of Kilchu village in India's desert state of Rajasthan, said on Saturday.
"For me there is no difference between a calf and an infant,"
Originally posted by byugirl36
wow, I think it's great what she's doing!!