FORT WORTH (CNN) — Holy cow!
A Texas charity is hoping to “rein” in donations after kicking off its yearly holiday giving campaign.
The ‘Cattle Drive for the Kettle Drive’ begins each year when a herd of cows trot one mile around the Ridgmar Mall in Fort Worth.
Cowboys are on hand to help stave off a stampede or recapture a rogue bovine.
This year some stopped for a grassy snack while two tried to reroute the herd.
While this might seem like a bad idea, bringing cattle to a shopping mall, it’s for a good cause.
The event kicks off the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign.