Yesterday morning CAPE staff discovered our 14 year old goat Lulu, laying down in her stall whimpering. She was cold and could not be coaxed to stand up. We immediately called our wonderful veterinarian Dr. Jen, who gave Lulu fluids and suggested we put Lulu next to a heater vent. That's when the bathroom turned into a hospital room!
Many years ago, CAPE rescued Lulu from a backyard slaughter operation. She has always been a very shy goat, but in recent years since living at the CAPE Animal Sanctuary in Grass Valley, she has shown another side of her sweet personality.
Lulu is already showing signs of improvement nestled in her blankets on the bathroom floor.
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