Kids these days have a lot to say. Not just the humans, but the animals, too.
This baby goat in Chelsea, Michigan, is speaking out on behalf of herself and two siblings at Barn Sanctuary. According to Laughing Squid, the adorable trio were surrendered to the rescue after a farmer was unable to care for them. Dan McKernan, founder and executive director of Barn Sanctuary, was determined his team could make a difference for these needy — and outspoken! — orphans.
“RESCUE ALERT: On our way to MSU with two baby goats,” states the Instagram post. “While Dan was picking up a baby goat with a leg deformity, the farmer handed over a newborn as well. He says the newborn ‘isn’t going to make it’ because she can’t seem to walk or stand yet. The farmer thinks she won’t survive, but we’re not going to give up on her. Dan is taking her to MSU hospital now. We’re going to try to give this baby girl a chance to live! Please help us! Donate any amount to her medical costs.”
The non-profit added in a later post,”Update on Goat Rescue: We rescued three goats yesterday (two girls and a boy) Two are newborn and still very weak. The other is young with a leg deformity. All three are at MSU but one of the newborns is healthy enough to bring home today. Thank you for the donations and support as we work to get these goats the medical help they deserve!”
Fortunately, the siblings all began to swiftly improve.
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Barn Sanctuary named its spirited goat gal after another beloved star, Ellen DeGeneres.
And as of Feb. 21, Miss Boss Baby has gone from patient to productive office intern.
“Our new mail intern is a tad unreliable. She seems more interested in playing on and chewing mail. May need to move her to snuggles only department, what do you think?”
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