‘The Cow Painting’: How ‘Cow Paintings’ Can Transform Your Life
A young mother in Oklahoma was inspired to start a website to spread the word about a cow painting by a local photographer.
Kelley Breen was driving to work when she stopped for gas and discovered a sign on the side of the road announcing that she was taking a photo of a cow.
She was impressed and thought it was just the beginning of her project.
“I wanted to spread awareness about what it is to be a cow, what it means to be an American, to be able to raise a family, and to be proud of that,” Breen told Fox News.
Her father, Mike Breen, was a professional cow painter who was a former president of the Oklahoma Association of Cow Paints.
He was also a volunteer with the American Museum of Natural History and an avid animal lover.
Breen started a Facebook page called Cow Paintings to spread her message of compassion and respect for the animals.
The first post, posted on August 1, has received more than 1,000 shares.
It was the most shared page on the site at the time of its creation, and Breen has since received hundreds of comments from people who have heard of her.
Brees said the site was born out of her family’s love of cows.
“It’s not a hobby for me,” she said.
“I do it for my family.”
Brees was inspired by her daughter, who she met while volunteering for the museum, and her desire to help others.
She also said she has had many friends share their stories of kindness and love towards animals.
She said the website is not intended to be “one big picture.”
“I’m just trying to educate people about what’s going on with animals,” she explained.
“If you want to see something beautiful, it’s not just a cow,” she added.
“It’s a beautiful animal.”
She said that it is important to remember that while she is not an animal lover, she is still a person.
“There are people who don’t realize how much we love animals,” Brees said.
“You need to understand that people have different emotions,” she continued.
“You can be so sad and happy at the same time.
There are some animals that are just very gentle.
They can be very sweet.
They are very gentle.”
Breen said her project is not meant to be taken as a personal attack against those who love animals.
“That’s not what this is,” she told FoxNews.
“This is just an opportunity for people to be happy and be compassionate with animals.”
She also said that many people see her project as a symbol of her activism and that it’s important for people of all ages to understand what it takes to care for an animal.
“People have a different opinion than me on whether or not they should raise their children in a different way,” she concluded.
“They have a right to raise their own children and they are the ones who decide if they want to raise them differently.”
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