Feb 14 to be celebrated as “Cow Hug Day” in India
The Animal Welfare Board of India has issued a notice to Celebrate “Cow Hug Day” on February 14
This is NOT a joke! On 14th February, Valentine’s Day, the Indian government has asked people to celebrate the day as “Cow Hug Day“!
Likely to be lonely on Valentine’s Day? The government of India advises its citizens to hug a cow.
“Hugging cows will bring emotional richness and increase individual and collective happiness,” claims the Animal Welfare Board of India.
The Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) has issued a notice appealing to people to celebrate “Cow Hug Day” on February 14, claiming the act would foster “emotional richness” and increase “individual and collective happiness”
The news has literally hit hard on the keyboard warriors.
Cow hug day! pic.twitter.com/iFRUFGgxxO
— Prashant Bhushan (@pbhushan1) February 9, 2023
The world is going to be a much safer place for Indian women on Feb 14th with the Bhakt armies going to hug cows.
One good move.
Also you go cow! #CowHugDay pic.twitter.com/S0OweH9OeB
— 𝚊𝚙𝚊𝚛𝚗𝚊 (@Aparna) February 9, 2023
Cow hug day😂 pic.twitter.com/DhYmiDrqyU
— தனி ஒருவன் (@thanioruvan7692) February 9, 2023
Who is going celebrate 14th Feb as Cow Hug day like this! pic.twitter.com/RqvL6fUlbE
— Pritesh Shah (@priteshshah_) February 8, 2023
Happy Cow Hug Day in Advance, Dear Sanghis…🤣#February14 #ValentinesDay #CowHugDay #CowHugging pic.twitter.com/SpN4FWRSMq
— Hate Detector 🔍 (@HateDetectors) February 9, 2023
Well, it happens only in India!