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Lillith was born in the outback on the road, when a passing vehicle scared her mum away. Lillith and her brother, freshly born, sat on the road bewildered, and were picked up and taken to be raised for food. Their luck turned when a visiting family member met them, cuddled them, and refused to leave them to their fate. Packing them into her car, she drove back to Sydney and bottle raised these babies in her backyard. Sadly, Lillith's brother did not make it, but she is now weaned and strong.
Having only known humans, and growing up with the family dog and a range of other pets, Lillith has no fear and just looooves her mum and dad. Typical goat, she wants to know where you are and what you're doing all the time. She has walks on her harness and leash, next to her doggie pal. She follows behind her dad as he mows the lawns. She looks through the windows to see what they're up to, and pushes her face into their hands for pats and love.
Lillith was born around the 2nd September. She is still very small, and shouldn't get too large. Lillith is looking for a home with another goat friend, good fencing, a play gym, and very loving people. Leaving her mum and dad will be very hard for Lillith, but they want to do what's best for her. Please only apply if you want a best friend. She's not an animal to keep your grass down, or leave in a paddock. She's a pet, for life. Only the very best of homes need apply.
If you have any enquiries or wish to apply for an animal, please complete an adoption form at: www.PorschesRescue.com
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
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