Celebrating the most “legen-dairy” cow looks of Chick-fil-A's 15th annual Cow Appreciation Day
Have you herd the news? For Chick-fil-A’s 15th annual Cow Appreciation Day, bovine buffs of all ages visited their local Chick-fil-A restaurants to show off their udder-ly amazing “Eat Mor Chikin®” Cow costumes.
That’s why you were probably seeing spots on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook—they were all for #CowAppreciationDay, of course! More than 15,000 posts moo-ved the day up to a top trend on Twitter as fans sported their outfits in exchange for a free entrée.
Here are a few of the most a-moo-sing photos that came across our feed.
When a herd of furry friends roll up to the drive-thru, you know Cow Appreciation Day is off to a great start.
A cow and her calves. ❤️🐄 . . . . . . . . #twins #sisters #blackgirlmagic #blacktwins #blackbabies #instamodels #kidsmodel #instakids #fashionbeautykids #cutekids #beautifulblackbabies #trendykiddies #smile #bestfriendgoals #melanin #melaninbabies #postmyfashionkid #chickfila #cowappreciationday2019
Like mother, like daughters: this family’s matching outfits were no cow-incidence!
It’s always a good moo-rning when you get free Chick-n-Minis.
With a cowbell as big as her head, Heidi the “cow” sure knows how to accessorize!
If this picture isn’t udderly amazing I don’t know what is?! 🐮 • It’s #cowappreciationday @chickfila and our herd is ready to celebrate with free food 😋 😜 • This is us... doing what we do.. having fun 😜. Our kids didn’t want to take the shirts off 😂 • #diyshirt #cows #cricut #coordinatingoutfits #smilemoreoften #eatmorechicken #jacksonspalding
Cow Appreciation Day is always a blast when the whole family can dress up, have fun and enjoy their favorite Chick-fil-A entrée.
This herd is ready to Eat Mor (free) Chikin! With costumes like these, they certainly earned it.
This little one knows how to rock her spots!