Escaped Steers Will Live Free At Animal Sanctuary Six steers broke out from a slaughterhouse — dodging officials during a five-hour chase. The St Louis Post-Dispatch reports instead of returning to the slaughterhouse, they will go to a sanctuary.
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Escaped Steers Will Live Free At Animal Sanctuary

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Escaped Steers Will Live Free At Animal Sanctuary

Escaped Steers Will Live Free At Animal Sanctuary

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with the triumph of the cattle. Six steers escaped from a St. Louis slaughterhouse. They dodged police and animal control officers during a five-hour chase. Eventually their bid for freedom failed, but the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports they will be spared. Instead of returning to the slaughterhouse, they will go to an animal sanctuary. And a crowdfunding page to support them has raised more than $16,000. It's MORNING EDITION.

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