Rescued Goats Run Free At Sanctuary

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Experience what it is like to be a rescued goat and finally free to let loose at a sanctuary. Goats of all shapes and sizes are kicking up their heels at their new home. The joyful stampede was captured on video, “courtesy of Goat Pro Videographer Boots.”

Australian farm animal rescue, Edgar’s Mission, is committed to kindness and compassion for animals. The rescue was started and named after a rescued pig, Edgar Alan Pig. Now the sanctuary is home to many different types of animals, including goats.


The sanctuary is set on 153 peaceful acres where each animals gets to live their life to the fullest. An example of that is when a group of goats are released into a pasture with a huge fallen tree. The rescue posted on Facebook, “A fallen tree or a goat jungle gym? What you choose to see is all a matter of perspective. Sit back , relax and enjoy one of our favourite clips from the archives, courtesy of Goat Pro Videographer Boots. “If we could live happy and healthy lives without harming others… why wouldn’t we?”

Screen Shots: Facebook/Edgar's Mission

Screen Shots: Facebook/Edgar’s Mission

The goats are having the time of their lives. They immediately head for the tree and begin to climb. One woman rewards the goats with a tasty treat once they reach her on the fallen tree. It seems so simple, but it brings so much joy to the goats.

Screen Shots: Facebook/Edgar's Mission

Screen Shots: Facebook/Edgar’s Mission

Watch the full video below. It is guaranteed to make your day.

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Andrea Powell is an animal enthusiast that resides in West Michigan. When not writing, she is exploring the great outdoors with her dogs and horses.
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