Tito arrived at Luvin Arms at just 10 days old in the spring of 2017. Tito was a “leftover” calf from what we think was a veal transport truck. Since a percentage of calves do not make it through transport, the farmers will add in a few extra to make up for those who will not survive the journey. The truck driver realized that Tito was an extra and contacted sanctuaries to see if anyone could take him in. Tito came to us very sick with severe infection, dehydration and diarrhea. His first week as a new member of the Luvin Arms sanctuary was spent at CSU veterinary hospital getting nursed back to health. Now healthy, Tito is roaming the pastures with the other cows. Because Tito was raised by people, he’s like a giant puppy. He loves to play and be frisky. At Luvin Arms, Tito has found his best friend, Leroy. The two can be found spending their days grazing together or napping side by side.