Authorities try to trace her moo-vements
Yvonne, a six-year-old dairy cow, escaped from a Bavarian farm in May days before she was due to be slaughtered.
When the local authorities in Mühldorf gave hunters permission to shoot her on sight, animal rights activists waded in.
Gut Aiderbichl, an animal sanctuary in Austria, paid Yvonne's owner €600 (£530), vowing to bring the cow to safety before she was knocked down by a Bavarian bullet.
Her whereabouts have now become a national obsession in Germany, with one tabloid offering a reward of €10,000 for her safe return.