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By halliemarie1818 / Wednesday 24 April 2013 02:01 / United States
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By  iLike2Teabag  |  27

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By  iLike2Teabag  |  27

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  Slothapus  |  7

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  Laurenluvz  |  11

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By  Cian_1  |  28

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  mimiminx  |  23

No it's the cattle equivalent to an imperforate anus - the same as human medicine. A cleft lip is at the other end of the animal and in no way similar. *face palm*

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  Cian_1  |  28

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  SammyS2012  |  21

That reminds me... when i was at the hospital for surgery, they placed me in a room shared with a baby who was born without a butt. I dont remember it, but apparently they cheered when the baby finally pooped

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  Brssps  |  13

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  Meme1988  |  18

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  RpiesSPIES  |  24

I think the only FML for OP is that she bought a calf with that defect... It's the calf that must go through the pain of constipation and whatever means OP used to carve out a hole... Cringed just saying that last bit. Also, I'm assuming because the FML says 'got' and doesn't specify between it being given birth by her cow or being purchased.

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  Pleonasm  |  31

My question is: won't the hole just seal itself back up, since it isn't technically an orifice made by the body? Won't OP have to do this a good few more times?

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  BlackRogue  |  8

24-not necessarily. As long as op keeps the cut tissue clean(most likely by applying antibiotic ointment) the cuts should just heal over and leave the calfs anus open so it can pass waste. Usually, when that happens, it's just a very thin flap of skin-it may not have even bled :)

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  ashesanddust  |  8

This can actually happen to human babies too. It's called an imperforate anus. But everyone's right, once they opened it, so long as it heals nicely it should be fine!

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