Thanks everyone for your kind responses it was an emotional whirlwind last week trying to process what had happened and how people can just throw away life. I do believe the story of "throwaways" needs to be told. Knowledge equals power and if more people are aware of the ugly side of factory farming perhaps things one day will change.
Kid Rock IS a rock star! I mean gosh look at this face! Can't you see all the girls going goo goo for him. Such a cutie pie. His respiratory infection is all but gone and he is thriving. Jumping, bouncing and checking everything out. I think his favorite thing to do besides eating is testing out everything with his mouth. They say goats are garbage disposals, smart and curious. Yep, that sounds like our Kid.
Looks at this guy, incredible isn't it?! A month ago feral, scared and unsure. Now he's a great little guardian and will be staying with the goats in the shed once the kids are old enough and healthy enough to go outside.
God Amazes me daily. While out doing chores the other day I was thinking about the last few weeks and how things have developed over here. How we are smaller than a spec of dust in the universe but our purpose is so big. That we can make a difference without even making a plan first.
They needed help. After weeks of trying to get close enough I was finally able to briefly touch one of the two abandoned dogs over at the goat farmers property. The next morning I was greeted by Harley at our campers steps, somehow he found trust in me. Not planned, just happened...
Last week, two critically sick and dying new born goats. Not planned, just happened... Now we have an unlikely and perfect pairing. Bigger picture for sure and for me there's no doubt these precious souls were divinely placed here from us to serve. Amazing!