Moms and babies!

There is truly something magical about watching a mother raise her babies.  We have had the honor of rescuing these beautiful mama goats and allowing them to raise their boys at the rescue where they are safe and loved.

We currently have 5 families at the rescue, all moms with twin boys!  They are all looking to find their forever homes.  We will only adopt the families as just that, families of 3, mom and her two boys.  


Layla and her Boys, Herman and Sherman

We rescued Layla from a local slaughterhouse and a few months later she gave birth to Herman & Sherman.  We think Layla had a tough life before her rescue but she is so sweet and trusting.  Her boys are always by her side and love cheek scratches and snuggles from people. Apply to adopt Layla and her sons!

We rescued Layla from a local slaughterhouse and a few months later she gave birth to Herman & Sherman.  We think Layla had a tough life before her rescue but she is so sweet and trusting.  Her boys are always by her side and love cheek scratches and snuggles from people.

Talulah & her boys, Tug & Bumble

We rescued Talulah from a local slaughterhouse this summer and a few months later she introduced us to her boys, Tug & Bumble.  The boys are so playful and friendly and Talulah is such a good mom.  One life saved that day became three! Apply to adopt Talulah!

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Elora & her boys, Trigger & Carson

Elora is a young, small mom who was being taken out of a dairy program when she wasn't meeting milk production standards. We were told she wasn't pregnant but, surprise, she was! A few months after her arrival she gave birth to twin boys Trigger & Carson. They don't get more adorable than this little family! Apply to adopt Elora and her boys!

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Renata & her boys, Duke & Duncan

We rescued Renata from a dairy when her boys Duke & Duncan were just a week old. The ligaments holding Renata's udder up had given out and she was no longer able to be milked. The boys had no problem nursing however and were healthy and happy! Upon her rescue we also realized Renata had an infection in one of her feet. A few minor surgeries later and she is doing great! Her boys are as social and friendly as bottle babies and Renata is such a sweet, attentive Mama. Apply to adopt Renata and her boys!

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