Rogers the Bulls
First, bovines in general have eyes on either side of their heads, looking in nearly opposite directions; second, they're not very intelligent. These characteristics can cause difficulty for any of them. Rogers is a bull (or Rogers are bulls, from their viewpoint) who can't handle the problem at all, and thinks he's/they're two bulls; one on the left and one on the right. Of course, this is not a useful philosophy, and he/they tend(s) to be rather agitated and upset. Downright angry. Unreasonable. He/they appear(s) in Feet of Clay.