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Goats

California, Maryland, New York

california

Acton: (Oct. 18, 2016), A family of three Nubian goats is in need of a new home. The mother goat was originally rescued from the Ventura County shelter four years ago. She was very underweight and malnourished. After feeding her well and getting her weight up, much to her guardian’s surprise, two months later, she kidded two boy goats! The boys were both wethered when they were little. They are all very friendly, come right to people, and love to be fed salty Costco peanuts. Their family is preparing to move out of state and looking for a new home for them.
Contact: Debbie | Phone: 661-269-5836 | Email: sdh6339@hotmail.com 

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Acton: (March 14, 2017), An unneutered male goat must be rehomed. He is a good boy, but has a strong personality, and due to space constraints is not able to enjoy the quality of life that he deserves. His current guardian is considering having him neutered with the hope that this will help him to find a loving, permanent home.
Contact: Sherrie | Phone: 323-336-5765

 

Devore: (Feb. 8, 2017), Two goats are in need of a new home together. Lucy is a  seven year old Pygmy female, and Linus is a six year old neutered male. They adore attention, are friendly with children, and love going for walks on a leash. Linus has some breathing issues and needs to be monitored on hot days or on long walks. Lucy isn’t fond of cats or small dogs.
Contact: Kym or Sharon | Phone: 909-528-1971 (evenings) or 909-214-5794 (days) | Email: kym@unixplanet.net

Maryland

Derwood: (March 27, 2017), Twelve adult female goats and eight kids were rescued by Montgomery County Animal Services and Adoption Center after escaping transport for slaughter. After nearly a month on the run, the goats were captured and are now looking for good homes. Most of the goats were pregnant when they arrived and gave birth after being rescued. The adult goats are believed to be 1-3 years old and are medium/large goats. Most of them were very shy at capture but are warming up with proper handling. Ten of the adults did test positive for a disease unfortunately common in goats, Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL), so they should not be housed with other goats. Information regarding CL can be found on Farm Sanctuary’s Goat care information sheet:
Contact: Kalina | Phone: 240-773-5643 | Email: shari.kalina@montgomerycountymd.gov

new york

Cold Spring: (Jan. 19, 2017), 3 sheep, 2 goats, and 1 potbellied pig need to be rehomed. They have been together for 10 years and their caregiver would prefer not to separate them, but is willing to do so for the right situation.
Contact: Heather |Phone: 845-661-3638 |Email: heathercanavan@yahoo.com

Savona: (August 26, 2016), Three goats named Betty, Boop and Buddy are in need of a new home because their guardians are moving and cannot take them with them. Buddy is a wether, and the other two are female. Betty and Boop are very friendly, but Buddy is a little shy. Their guardian can assist with transport potentially.
Contact: 315-369-5555

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Westchester: (Jan. 9, 2017), Two sweet, friendly neutered Nigerian dwarf goats who do not have horns need to be rehomed. They are de-horned and neutered.
Contact: Lucille| Phone(Text): 914-406-3137 |Email: lord.lucille@outlook.com