Wedding Guests Get A Surprise When A Cow In A Nearby Field Turns Out To Be A Furry Taking Pictures

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That should make a great backdrop for the wedding photos…

Of course when you have an outdoor wedding you always run the risk of nature crashing the party, like when a deer decided to crash a wedding and take a nibble out of the bride’s bouquet, or this grizzly bear that brutally mauled a moose in the background of a wedding at Glacier National Park.

It happens.

But wedding guests got quite the surprise at a wedding in Oklahoma when they thought a cow had plopped down in a nearby field to watch the ceremonies.

Well it turns out it wasn’t a cow at all, but actually a furry in a cow costume with a camera who ended up taking photos of the wedding.

If you’re not familiar with furries (you must not spend much time on the internet), they’re basically people who dress up as animals and even create their own animal “characters” called “fursonas.” (At least according to Google. I’m admittedly not well versed in the furry community).

They have their own conventions and community, and it may or may not be a sexual thing, I’m kinda unclear on that. It’s all weird to me but hey, to each their own.

But this particular furry was just laying out in the field as the wedding took place nearby, giving the impression from afar that it was a normal cow, until it stood up and started taking pictures of the ceremony.

That’s gonna be a great story that the bride and groom can tell their kids someday. And maybe it even opens up a whole new market of wedding paparazzi. Don’t want the photographer in the shot? Have them dress up like a cow and lay down in the background. Has the furry community explored this business opportunity yet?

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Grizzly Bear Mauls Moose To Death In The Background Of Wedding

Weddings are always such a special day for the bride and groom, who can only hope that nothing goes wrong during the event, such as a family fight, the dropping of the wedding cake, or a moose being mauled to death by a grizzly bear while you are reading your vows.

That last one might not be at the top of the list of wedding day worries, but it actually happened to this couple right in the middle of their picturesque ceremony at Glacier National Park in Montana. I’ve been told that rain on your wedding day is good luck, but what does the good luck-bad luck handbook say about animals murdering each other on your special day?

This footage might make people rethink their outdoor wedding venue. Sure, being out in the open air is great (if the weather isn’t scorching hot), but you always have to consider the curveball that Mother Nature could throw at you.

Was this couple warned that their wedding location could feature a bear killing a moose? How did this all happen? Was it a slow burn, with the moose drinking water from the lake and the bear stalking close behind?

Or was it an “all-of-the-sudden” type thing, where the moose and the bear came running out of nowhere and the grizzly finally caught it once they got to the water? From the full length video that is included at the bottom of the story, it seems that this option is the answer.

However, it’s still tough to tell considering that the video picks up pretty far along in the mauling of the moose, and the photographers and videographers that were there to shoot the perfect wedding couldn’t help but turn their cameras over to the lakeside battle that was taking place.

Whoever cut the video together did a phenomenal job splicing together moments of the bear ripping apart the moose with short looks at wedding attendees’ faces reacting to the brutal animal takedown. The bride, groom, and officiant can hardly believe their eyes as they look over to see the moose’s final moments.

As the moose’s legs thrash in the shallow water, the bride covers her mouth in shock, and you can here someone in attendance mutter:

“Oh my God.”

And the wedding must have been close enough to the violent animal encounter so that they got a pretty good look at the moose getting murdered by the bear, but far enough away to where they didn’t feel like they were in danger. Considering how the bear seemed to be making short work of the moose, I would have been concerned that it would look over at the wedding and view it as an “all-you-can-eat buffet.”

Thankfully, it appears that the grizzly only crashed the wedding from a distance, which isn’t all that bad for the married couple. Plus, think about how many guests will talk about that wedding for the rest of their lives?

If weddings had more bear attacks (from a safe distance of course) and open bars, maybe returning the RSVP would be a little bit more exciting. For anyone that is having a wedding soon, take note…

And take a look at the incredible video:


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