12-Year-Old Blind Cow Feels Sunshine And Grass For The First Time In Her Life.
Luna and Zoey seemed so happy to be together, but there was one small problem.
Rescuers couldn’t allow the tiny calf to remain alone with Luna because she's blind. But they had no intention of keeping them apart either. Instead, they allowed the calf to visit the elderly cow six times a day.
The elderly cow and the baby calf had essentially adopted one another as they adapted to their new home.
There was no way of knowing what the two animals were thinking about their new surroundings, but it seemed obvious that the animals were breathing a lot easier now. And Luna's maternal instincts were in full gear, which was great, because the baby calf still needed help.
The calf had pneumonia when she first got to the sanctuary, but was treated, and eventually recovered.
This gave the calf and Luna the chance to meet the other animals in the sanctuary. But, Mostacci and her husband are hoping to complete what they call a cow haven that will allow all the animals to live happily ever after.
Life may have started out rough for Luna, Zoey, and the other animals in the sanctuary, but everyone seems to be in good spirits now that they’ve gotten a taste of freedom in this haven full of wide-open spaces. Here's Zoey enjoying her freedom and meeting some new friends.
You can make a difference in their lives. Help the Black Goat Farm and Sanctuary finish building the cow haven for Luna, and the other animals by donating to their GoFundMe page.
Source: The Dodo
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