Walk for Farm Animals: Noel the Goat
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As we approach our 6th annual Walk for Farm Animals to benefit Farm Sanctuary on September 29th,we’re posting a series of stories about a few of the approximately 900 animals who live at their three shelters. Have you registered for the walk yet? Get more info here!
This is part of a series of farm animal stories on our blog.
After pulling over a car that cut him off on the road, a patrol officer with the Morgan Hill, California Police Department heard what he thought was the sound of a baby crying coming from the trunk. Shockingly, upon looking inside, he found a small black and white goat who had been hog-tied, but was still alive and struggling for freedom. A little later, he discovered that the goat had been there for two days without any food and water, let alone adequate air to breathe…(more)
Farm Sanctuary’s California shelter took Noel in and was amazed to learn that even after all the mistreatment he had suffered at the hands of humans, he was still remarkably friendly. He quickly became very attached to his caregivers and even cried when they were out of his sight! With clean water, good food, and a warm barn to rest in, his health improved and he regained his energy. Soon he was head-butting and playing with the other goats at the shelter.
Liberation BC is proud to support Farm Sanctuary by participating in the annual Walk for Farm Animals. Won’t you join us?