Smudge arrived at Big Ears on the 19th July 2017. He had been hand raised and very spoilt but his owners had to find him a new home. He was born in May 2013 as part of a school breeding program. He is very gentle and loves a cuddle. He gets on well with Scallywag and Albert his new paddock mates and loves lucerne chaff. He also has the biggest eyes we have ever seen on a goat.
Daisy the goat came to the sanctuary in December 2015. Her previous owner who was moving house had rescued her from a tether. You can still see where the collar of the tether had cut into Daisy’s neck and the skin had started to grow around it.
Daisy is a friendly and trusting goat who is now really enjoying being free with other goats to play with,
Billy Bob came to the sanctuary in 2010. He was a chattel in the sale of a property, essentially coming with the property like light fittings and curtains. It reinforces the concept as animals being ‘property’.
Billy Bob was an escape artist and caused his new owners a lot of worry. Since being at the sancyuary he has been the head of the goat herd and is happy to stay put.