Photo by Jamain
That beast is a Belted Galloway cow, but other cattle come in different shapes:
Polled Brahmin bull, photo by CSIRO
Highland cow, photo by Mahaba
Dexter cow, photo by David Merrett
though they're all usually of the genus Bos.
But what if you live in a cattle-free zone?
Well, passenger planes have a cattle class (though the airlines usually call it economy) and of course cattle dogs are to be found all over the place.
Oh, it's Australian.
What does it mean?
Catalogue, I'm afraid.
Yes, they are, aren't they: absolutely everywhere.
Spot the Frippet: cattle. This word comes from the Old Northern French catel, and is basically the same word as chattel, from the Latin capitāle, wealth.