Don't have a cow, man - unless it's at Petco.
An attempt to call management's bluff at the Petco in the Northeast Houston suburb of Atascocita.
African Watusi steers don't look like the typical cow. "We really enjoy coming to this location", exclaimed Browning in a Monday Facebook post, which has already amassed close to 1 million views and led to large amounts of local media exposure for Oliver!
Oliver the steer is a Texas-sized pet, but his huge horns didn't keep him out of Petco, video shows.
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The staff members were reportedly "super friendly and courteous".
And Oliver isn't the only unique critter to pay a visit to Petco.
"We mean it when we say ALL leashed pets are welcome in our stores", the company said on Facebook Tuesday.
"At Petco, everything is guided by our vision for healthier pets, happier people and a better world", Jonathan Williamson, Petco vice president of animal care, education and merchandising, said in a release.