WETASKIWIN, Alta. – Volunteers with an animal sanctuary south of Edmonton are celebrating the safe return of a blind goat named Daisy who they believed had been abducted from their property earlier this week.
The Farm Animal Rescue and Rehoming Movement near Wetaskiwin had offered a $10,000 no-questions-asked reward for the return of the animal.
On Wednesday night, they posted the news on their Facebook page saying she had been found and is “unharmed as best we can tell.”
The group’s founder, Melissa Foley, said Daisy had been quickly reunited with her best buddy, a blind sheep named Merlin who had been distressed since the seven-month-old goat vanished.
Daisy ended up at the sanctuary after her eyes and tongue were eaten by crows shortly after she was born.
She vanished Sunday night from the rescue group’s property about 10 minutes outside of town and since then members of the …
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