Daisy was found suffering from overgrown hooves that caused her to walk on her front knees. She was confiscated as part of a cruelty case. CAPE brought her to the CAPE Animal Sanctuary where she will spend the rest of her life receiving veterinary care, good quality food, and lots of love.
As the weeks pass, Daisy's feet will be trimmed a little bit at a time to avoid the soft tissue that has grown so close to her hooves. Daisy's knees are also extremely calloused and sore from being used to walk on instead of her painful feet.
Already, Daisy has found a new friend in Bogie the turkey, her roommate!
Currently, Daisy walks with a pronounced lift of her front legs. Sometimes she only walks on her knees. She will be integrated into the goat herd once her feet are feeling better.
Your support will help CAPE cover the costs of her veterinary treatment and feet trims. Thank you so much!
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