Edgar’s Mission farm animal sanctuary in Australia is making us giggle with glee at their rescued baby goats yet again. There is something about a baby goat in a sweater that makes everyone smile and cheers up even the dreariest of days.

These adorable rescued goats have been steadily growing stronger and stronger with each bottle of fresh milk hand-fed to them by their doting caretakers.  As we can see in the above video, their once wobbly spindly legs are becoming strong and agile, and their fuzzy fur is growing into the soft and dense coat that goats are admired for. They are developing social skills alongside their motor skills, and we could watch their gentle head-butting games all day long!

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Despite all their growth and development, these fuzzy little head-butters still need the warmth and security of their special hand-knit sweaters. And for that adorable vision, we are very grateful!

If you have fallen in love with these baby goats as we have, please visit Edgar’s Mission’s website to stay updated on the goats’ progress and learn more about their sanctuary.

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