The student drove to five different farms, all of which refused to take in the 2-day-old baby calves - until he came across Funny Farm Rescue in Mays Landing, New Jersey. Zaleski agreed to take the calves in.
"They were skin and bones still with their umbilical cords attached," Reeves said. "Laurie immediately went to work and contacted her vet." A few weeks after their arrival, Boo Boo was adopted out to a nice family with 200 acres of land where he could spend the rest of his life.