Udder bliss! Mikayla the Highland Cow really enjoys having her coat brushed in adorable video 


Udder bliss! Mikayla the Highland Cow really enjoys having her coat brushed in adorable video

  • The cow gets pampered at the Highland Getaway farm in Huon Valley, Tasmania 
  • Two people work on brushing the animal’s coat as she enjoys getting treatment 
  • The farm, which breeds the Highland cattle, also has alpacas and Silkie chickens 

Most of us like a good pamper – and apparently that goes for Highland Cows too. 

Adorable video has captured a cow called Mikayla soaking up the attention as she has her shaggy coat brushed by two willing volunteers.

The cow throws her head back in apparent ecstasy – although it’s probably more likely that she just wants someone to brush under her chin. 

The footage, recorded at the Highland Getaway farm in Huon Valley, Southern Tasmania, shows a woman and a girl grooming the animal.

Mikayla the cow raises her head to get underneath her chin brushed at the Highland Getaway farm in Huon Valley, Southern Tasmania 

The woman says that the cow ‘makes a noise’ to indicate that she is enjoying herself. 

She continues to work on Mikayla’s front, brushing her neck, chest and behind her ears, while the girl moves to help with her back. 

The cattle is kneeling down while it gets its luscious coat swept with the brushes. 

The woman brushing the Highland cow says that she 'makes a noise' to indicate that she's enjoying herself as it kneels down to get pampered

The woman brushing the Highland cow says that she ‘makes a noise’ to indicate that she’s enjoying herself as it kneels down to get pampered

A nearby calf, called Bianca, watches as the older animal gets the relaxing treatment. 

The video caption says: ‘Mikayla is one very spoilt darling. Little Bianca must be thinking, “that looks good.” ‘ 

It was uploaded on the Highland Getaway’s Instagram on September 6.  

A nearby calf called Bianca, watches as the older animal gets the relaxing treatment

A nearby calf called Bianca, watches as the older animal gets the relaxing treatment

The working farm, which breeds the Highland cattle, also has alpacas and Silkie chickens. 

It boasts being a ‘photographer’s paradise and an animal lover’s dream’ with 67 acres of pasture.  

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