"She's not wearing a collar and is very friendly," the restaurant posted on Facebook.
According to the St. Petersburg police, the restaurant owners are offering a free meal in exchange for the cow's safe return, BayNews 9 reported. They said the cow had sentimental value, police said.
Harold Seltzer, the restaurant's owner, said the cow had been loosened from its moorings recently when an overeager customer climbed aboard the statue for a photo opportunity, the Times reported. It had not been cemented back into the ground, according to the newspaper.