When people normally talk about animals what we frequently hear is about cats and dogs. It’s evident that they are the animals that are mostly being taken care of with lots of rescues for them. But there are other animals around us who are in need of help.

It’s not that hard for us to take a step out of the traditional rescues and think of something new. You have seen how cats and dogs are being rescued a lot, but today we bring you about a new kind of rescue where goats and sheep are given a new life. Jen Schurman has shared that here they take good care of these animals and let them live there forever. Scroll down to look at the happy goats and sheep in the sanctuary.

More info: Facebook | shepherdsrestrescue.com

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This is a livestock rescue and is non-profit work. What they do here is that they take in animals who are abused or whose families aren’t able to take care of them. Due to health conditions, there are animals who suffer a lot and they take the animals and let them live there until they leave the world.

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There are many places where pet animals are being taken care of, but this kind of work is very rare, and kudos to them. Other than taking care of these goats and sheep they also provide therapy along with these animals to people who have mental health conditions and other needs.

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Also, they have a lovely program called “reading goats” for 2nd and 3rd-grade students. Once they meet their goals in reading they get the chance to read a goat. Isn’t this rescue amazing? Check below for some more pics of the lovely goats and sheep. And for more check their Facebook.

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