This cow entitled Jacques Moosteau is one of 100 in Denver until October.
I've lived in Denver almost 40 years and during that period much time, energy and money has gone to marketing Denver's diversity in an effort to dispel its reputation as a "Cow Town." Denver has long been the home of the National Western Livestock Show and Rodeo held for two weeks every January, but it is also a city of much energy and cultural diversity. Now, ironically, after years of down-playing cows, we have imported 100 artistically decorated ones to be on display as part of Denver's Cow Parade beginning this week and lasting through October.
Yesterday we stopped by Stapleton Town Center about 10 blocks from our house and walked by the ten or so cows that are situated there. Last night walking to the baseball game we also saw several in the downtown area but I was without camera. (That sometimes happens!)
Below are a few more cows. Also check this link to see more of the variety represented by the Denver Cow Parade.
I failed to get the name but it must be either Clown Cow or Nemoo!
One more, also without name.