Adorably energetic goat
No matter if you ever had a goat or not, there's one thing
about them that cannot be denied; they are absurdly energetic and adorable. They
are acrobatic and are capable of doing things that other animals cannot. This
is something that they can do in a closed space but if you leave them out in
the open, you cannot imagine things they can do. This is exactly what this
video is about featuring an acrobatic goat Maggie.
Maggie is a cute little baby goat living at Farm Animal that was founded back in 1986. This animal sanctuary has done massive things to fight against the animal cruelty and have given them love and care. This is why animals like Maggie live their life to the fullest at the sanctuary and her happiness can be clearly seen the way she reacts. She plays wildly out in the open and has loads of fun and when she is finally tired and had enough of it, mom steps in to tuck her to sleep.
Imagine, a pit bull with a severe birth defect, getting the bad news from not oneâ€”not twoâ€”but three consecutive veterinarians that told Ruby's caregivers to put her down. This poor pup was turned over to Utah Animal Advocacy Foundation. Here, the verdict was the sameâ€”but not for Jenn Clayton, Ruby's foster mom.
You see, Ruby was born with a cleft palate and what made things dangerous for her at a young age was her inability to feed. She would suffer from pneumonia due to aspiration of liquid food they would desperately try to feed her by mouth.
But because Ruby was a fighter and lifted her head to try and eatâ€”Jenn never subscribed to the suggestion of putting her down.What she did do however; was what should have been done from the beginning. She fed her through a feeding tube and was certainly responding well to antibiotics and nutrition. This was a labor of love for Jenn and Ruby for four months. After Ruby was able, the doctor was able to fix the cleft palate and now Ruby is awesome!