This couple adopts disabled goats
Goats of Anarchy is a sanctuary where disabled goats can be rehabilitated and live a happy life. Leanne Lauricella has given up her career to look after goats with special needs in the countryside. Leanne’s husband also quit his job on Wall Street, where he’d worked for 25 years, so that he could spend his time restoring classic Corvettes.
The sanctuary also helps other animals, like Merlin the White Pe-kin duck. He was born with a disability that left him unable to walk, but the charity sourced him a special wheelchair that’s given him back his independence.
The sanctuary is getting crowded now as the goats stay at the sanctuary after they’re rehabilitated. Now Leanne is at full capacity and is looking for a bigger space so she can help even more goats in need.
Writing on her page, she said: “At Goats of Anarchy, we rescue and rehabilitate goats with special needs including blindness, neurological disorders, congenital defects, frostbite, amputations, abuse, neglect and hospice care. At the moment, we are at full capacity at both of our locations. We are home to over 60 goats, along with sheep, chickens, a mini donkey and a mini horse.”