Meet Labelle & Maggie
Daisy’s transformation at the CAPE Animal Sanctuary has been quite spectacular to watch. Daisy was found suffering from overgrown hooves that caused her to walk on her front knees, causing painful sores. She was confiscated by animal control as part of a cruelty case.
Daisy was brought to the CAPE Animal Sanctuary where she now gets regular hoof trims and other veterinary care, nutritious food, and lots of open space to explore. Her knees have healed well and she has formed bonds with the other rescued goats and Toby, an old sheep who sleeps next to her in the barn at night. She’s still a bit shy with humans but her trust continues to build with each passing day.
Daisy is estimated to be seven years old.
Apollo was rescued by CAPE several years ago - thanks to a concerned citizen who learned he was destined for slaughter. Apollo was living with a small herd of goats when he got his front leg caught in some fencing and incurred a serious injury to his brachial plexus causing temporary weakness and pain. The people caring for him planned to send him to have him killed.
Thanks to a wonderful woman who learned of their plan, Apollo’s life was saved and the injury cared for. He now has a full life ahead of him at the CAPE Animal Sanctuary, free from pain and filled with all the fun and frolicking that goats love to do. Apollo is estimated to be 10 years old.
IN MEMORY OF STEVIE WHO PASSED IN FEBRUARY 2021
“"Never, never be afraid to do what's right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society's punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way."
~ Martin Luther King, Jr