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In Spain, a bullfight training area called Casa del Toro harbors a bull calf named Ferdinand, who is ridiculed by his fellow bulls for being non-confrontational and his tendency to smell and protect flowers. Ferdinand runs away from Casa del Toro after his dad fails to return after coming back from a bullfight he was picked for. He eventually winds up at a florist's farm and is adopted by the owner Juan and his daughter, Nina, with whom he shares a bond with, but he often annoys the family's pet Old English Sheepdog, Paco.

When Ferdinand eventually grows up, he still retains his non-violent, flower-loving nature, but due to his size, he is left behind when Juan, Nina, and Paco go into town for an annual flower festival, but Ferdinand decides to go anyway, resulting in him unintentionally causing problems around town. Subsequently, he is taken by the same people from Casa del Toro and is sent back there where he finds that his fellow bulls from when he was a kid, the comical Bones, the nervous Guapo and the brutal Valiente have also grown up. Among the bulls is also a Scottish bull named Angus who's eyesight is blocked by his long hair and a silent but intimidating bull named Maquina who is said to be the bull version of Frankenstein. Ferdinand is still disrespected by the bulls but manages to befriend a crazy Goat named Lupe, who wants to be his coach in bullfighting despite his lack of interest and 3 hedgehogs named Una, Dos, and Cuatro who frequently invade Casa del Toro.


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