Bava Kamma 95 - One Stole a Pregnant Cow, and it Gave Birth (Torts)

If one stole a pregnant cow, and it gave birth, or a wool-laden ewe, and he sheared it, he pays the value of a cow ready to give birth, or the value of a ewe prepared to be shorn.

Other opinions:

If one steals an ewe and he sheared it, or a cow and it gave birth...

* Rabbi Meir - He pays it, its shearings, and its offspring;
* Rabbi Yehuda - the stolen animal returns to the original owner as is;
* Rabbi Shimon - We view it as an article appraised and placed with him according to its cash value at the time of the robbery.

Art: Sheep Shearing by Alexander Mann

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