Rescued Goats Bounce Back In Sweaters After Being Dumped In Alley
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.
They had apparently been attacked by a fox or bird, and both were tired, hungry and bleeding from the attack.
The pedestrian wrapped them up in a sweater and brought them to Edgar's Mission where they received food and medical care.
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.
As you can see below, they even have matching baby goat sweaters.