“This is a 1,700-pound animal,” King told The Dodo. “They put him on a leash, but basically if that steer wants to go, a lead is not going to stop him. It’s very dangerous to put an animal of that size and magnitude out there and expect them to act like a dog. It’s just irrational.”
Rowdy Girl Sanctuary is a former cattle ranch that's now home to many rescued animals, including a longhorn steer named Frosty. His horns span nearly 5 feet across — which can pose a hazard to people if the steer gets spooked or is feeling rambunctious.