No ‘kidding’: NYPD rescue pygmy goat in Queens

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In Queens, New York, the finest bunch of men and women of the New York Police Department came to the rescue of what they originally believed to be a “crying” baby goat on Wednesday. No kidding!

The adorable little critter was later identified as an adult pygmy goat with Officers Palmer and Spicer describing “Josh” as a “crying kid” placing it in the care of Animal Care Centers of New York City in Brooklyn.

So where is Josh headed? The lucky little guy will soon be en-route to the Skylands Animal Sanctuary and Rescue in Wantage, New Jersey. Check out their website and Facebook page. So many lucky farm animals have been given a second chance at life here – many who boldly escaped the slaughter houses just hours before they were to meet their fate on dinner plates.

How adorable! Many thanks to our brave men and women who defend humans and animals alike.

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Yesterday: Horrific! Indonesia’s grisly dog slaughterhouses – more here.

More: Couple arrested and charged after dead dog found tied to fence – the story here.

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Final good-bye


This makes my dogs break into song!

1 reply
  1. Jan Barnes says:

    The goat and I “deeply” thank you! They don”t call you “New York’s finest” without great reasons!

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