Cows in Minecraft are portrayed as peaceful and passive, and with the game's recent updates adding new animals which behave very similarly to their real-life counterparts, I think the developers should take a look at cows.
Cows in real life are very dangerous and can be deadly depending on the situation. I think nowadays there is this stereotype that only bulls attack when that is incredibly wrong. Sharks were denied from the developers in 1.13 because they didn't want people in real life to go swimming for sharks since that could be dangerous. - Ok, but how come cows are very plentiful in the game and the player can just go kill a cow or lead it away - for all we know, players might have had an idiotic thought to go up to cows in real life thinking 'It's like Minecraft' when really, they were putting themselves in great danger, plus they could have been trespassing on somebody's property.
Cows can be fatal. In 2019, one of my cousins, went out to their milking parlour on his own when one of the cows went absolutely mad and charged for him and knocked him down and only for him shouting my aunt wouldn't have known, and that one cow would have had him dead.
Please could you consider making this change. Not only would this spread the message that cows are indeed, not peaceful and could prevent people going and putting themselves in danger. This could also make the game play a little more interesting as cows would be a little harder to keep.
Thank you for reading.
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