Burt Thornburg (left), who owns the pool, called 911 after finding the cow.Jenna Arsenault (right), the county's chief Animal Control officer, said when they arrived they found the cow staring at them from inside the pool Once they were able to get the animal's two front legs stabilized on the concrete, she said everyone started pulling.There are more than 5 miles of pathways throughout the gardens, and guided tours are offered both by foot and by trolley.Tours take between 60 and 90 minutes, and groups consisting of more than 15 people are asked to register with the garden in advance for scheduling purposes.The Exploration Center and the Research Center are the most popular with visitors; together, they offer seven floors of interactive exhibits that the whole family can enjoy.General admission is free, but donations are gladly accepted.North Carolina is a great place to unwind and explore no matter where your interests lie.
And because there was no way out, once it fell into the water it was stuck there until a team of 10 animal-rescuers was able to get a lasso around its horns.
Eventually the cow was out and safe at home with its owner by 1pm.
'In my seven years here, this is the first one we've gotten out of a pool, but we have had some unusual rescues,' Arsenault said.
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