Cow born on Valentine's Day with perfect heart-shaped patch on its head

Cow born on Valentine's Day with perfect heart-shaped patch on its head

Yesterday, loved up couples everywhere were enjoying complimentary bottles of wine and 2-for-1 specials in restaurants all over the world, all in the name of Valentine's Day.

For some of us, Valentine's Day is an opportunity to celebrate the bond we share with the one with love, with many people choosing to shower their significant other with gifts, cards, and soppy posts on social media. To the rest of us, Valentine's Day is nothing more than a gimmick, created with the intention of separating money from gullible chumps.

But no matter what you think about the day itself, nobody can deny this coincidence as being the CUTEST thing to happen in 2020 so far (heck, I'd bet my car on this being the cutest coincidence of the decade).

Occurring in the town of Ballymena near Bushmills in Northern Ireland, the Parkshaw Farm welcomed the latest addition to their livestock - an adorable calf.

Related - 'Knickers' the cow went viral after being so big, she was saved from becoming steaks:

However, per the Belfast Telegraph, this cute calf is incredibly special; being born on Valentine's Day morning with a perfect heart-shaped patch on its head.

On the Facebook community page Love Ballymena, pictures of the news born were shared, along with the farmer's three children, Jack, Emily, and Harry McAuley looking absolutely delighted with the latest member of the family. 

So, what did the farm call the newborn Jersey calf? Well, they later revealed that the official papers will read 'Be My Valentine'.

The beautiful images were by Steven McAuley of McAuley Multimedia.

And for more cute cow news, we recently wrote about the adorable fluffy micro-cows that you can actually keep as pets!