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Rescued Goats Bounce Back In Sweaters After Being Dumped In Alley

<p> Edgar's Mission </p>

Adorable photos of two baby goats rescued by the Australian farm sanctuary Edgar's Mission show just how much good a little love can do.

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The baby goats, named Ebony and Ivory, were found by a passer-by who heard them crying out after being abandoned in an alley.

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They had apparently been attacked by a fox or bird, and both were tired, hungry and bleeding from the attack.

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The pedestrian wrapped them up in a sweater and brought them to Edgar's Mission where they received food and medical care.

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In a testament to how far a little bit of care can go, the duo bounced back almost overnight and have happily settled into their new home.

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As you can see below, they even have matching baby goat sweaters.

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To find out how you can help animals like Ebony and Ivory, visit Edgar's Mission online, or find them on Facebook.

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