This means that she isn't expecting the clash between Becky and April that I am. Lynn might have forgotten this but I remember that the pre-crush-everyone-with-her-star-power Becky had herself quite the collection of pets. Since she's a D-list celebrity, isn't very bright and thus easy to mold into a spokes-moron, it seems to me that it's fairly likely that she's going to think that a Holstein is pet material and thus end up waving a placard in protest for, at best, the Humane Society and, at worst, PETA.
Ah, well. At least they've got a couple of decades to sort things out. The rest of the people on my radar don't. As by way of example, while I have no real idea how old Fiona Brass might be, what I do know tells me that she's probably going to end up like the man who used to own Dixie and have to surrender her beloved cat Beaumont Junior to a good home. This means that the people who ended up taking in Shiimsa can contrast the horrible people who abandoned Queenie with the nice old lady who brought BJ into their lives.
Perhaps that person will be Leah Nichols. While we know very little about her owing to her being part of the Nichols embargo, we do know that at one point, Anne had a cat. Perhaps in between refereeing battles with kids and policing Steve, she had the time to teach her child respect for life. Then again, it could be Evil Ted who's doing it. We know very little of him and he could well be a cat person.
This leaves us having to look at someone else who is fairly responsible when it comes to having pets in his life: Phil. Aside from the incident in which an elderly neighbour's barking dog drove him and Georgia nuts, he is able to coexist with pets and pet owners but seems to feel no strong need to move past the Age of Aquariums. This probably displeases Elly because it gets in the way of having it all.