UPDATE: According to the Kent County Sheriff's Office, the owners of two lost highland cows in Ada Township have been located. 

The Kent County Sheriff's Office is asking for help finding the owners of two ADORABLE highland cows.

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As previously stated, these creatures might just be the cutest things on the planet, so just minutes after posting on social about the lost bovines, many in the comments are saying they will GLADLY adopt them.

On Friday, April 5, the Kent County Sheriff's Office shared to Facebook that two highland cows were found in Ada Township, near Honey Creek Ave NE and 2 Mile Rd NE around 5pm.

They are currently being kept in a fenced in area nearby until the owners can claim them.

Do you know the owners?

If so, please contact KCSO at 616-632-6100 and reference report number 24-117841 with any information.

The Kent County Sheriff's Office asks that you do not post any personal information in the comments on Facebook

This is a developing story. 

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