Lori Whitney, adoption coordinator with Itsie Bitsie Rescue, Inc. holds a five-week-old goat named “Woody” who was destined to be a meat goat but since he was born a triplet and the mother goat couldn’t feed all three kids, was given to the rescue. Itsie Bitsie Rescue, Inc operates as a nonprofit organization with a network of volunteers dedicated to caring for newborn animals - primarily kittens and puppies and some livestock - until they are weaned, then finding them permanent homes.
Lori Whitney, adoption coordinator with Itsie Bitsie Rescue, Inc. holds a five-week-old goat named “Woody” who was destined to be a meat goat but since he was born a triplet and the mother goat couldn’t feed all three kids, was given to the rescue. Itsie Bitsie Rescue, Inc operates as a nonprofit organization with a network of volunteers dedicated to caring for newborn animals - primarily kittens and puppies and some livestock - until they are weaned, then finding them permanent homes. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee
Lori Whitney, adoption coordinator with Itsie Bitsie Rescue, Inc. holds a five-week-old goat named “Woody” who was destined to be a meat goat but since he was born a triplet and the mother goat couldn’t feed all three kids, was given to the rescue. Itsie Bitsie Rescue, Inc operates as a nonprofit organization with a network of volunteers dedicated to caring for newborn animals - primarily kittens and puppies and some livestock - until they are weaned, then finding them permanent homes. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee
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