There is no questioning the fact that goats are irresistibly adorable. These little animals are the epitome of happiness and enthusiasm, always seeming to be jumping, playing or otherwise incredibly content. Sadly, not everyone appreciates these animals for their inherent wonderfulness and goats are commonly subjected to horrific lives in the meat and dairy industries. In the face of this neglect and abuse, however, there are some inspiring people working to give goats a better life.

Goats of Anarchy, for example, is a non-profit sanctuary whose mission is to rescue and rehabilitate baby goats with special needs. No matter the health problem, the goats are in safe hands at Goats of Anarchy. So that’s why it’s no surprise that Goats of Anarchy is stopping at nothing to help a baby goat with frostbite.

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Pippa was only two days old when two of her tiny legs were affected by frostbite. A Goats of Anarchy volunteer went on a mission to rescue Pippa all the way from Missouri. 

Once secure with the volunteer, Pippa was understandably scared of where she was going. But she soon would learn she was headed to a wonderful sanctuary! 

Pippa safely made it to Goats of Anarchy … and immediately started rocking some adorable outfits! 

Pippa even has her very own stuffed animal to help comfort her and keep her warm. 

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Because of the frostbite, both of Pippa’s legs started to turn black and will likely fall off. 

But Pippa is a trooper, though, and is doing great. She has even made a new friend, Polly

The new BFF’s love to snuggle together. How adorable is this?!

Pippa is even working on learning how to stand. Go Pippa go!

 

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Even though Pippa is safe at Goats of Anarchy, she still has a long road of recovery ahead of her. If you are able to donate to help cover Pippa’s veterinary bills, click here. To stay up to date on Pippa and her friends, you can follow Goats of Anarchy on their Facebook page.

All image source: Goats of Anarchy/Facebook