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Volunteers Needed to Snuggle Baby Goats

(Photo: Caromont Farm)

Caromont Farm in Alebemarle County, Virginia is a dairy. It raises goats and uses their milk to make cheese.

The staff expects that about 90 kids will be born in February. They’ll need round-the-clock care for a while, with snuggles and bottle feedings every 4 hours. The baby goats will have lots of hay, little sweaters, and heaters. But they’ll still need some tender loving care that only humans can provide.

So the farm is asking for volunteers to take 4-hour snuggle shifts. You can find the sign-up list here.

-via Dave Barry

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I feel sad for the mothers who have had their babies taken away from them after they just gave birth. True, the mothers are full of milk but I am saddened that their babes aren't able to be nurtured by them.
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