August 6th, 2010 by Doll Stanley
Sabra and her sister Nanny came to us from a neglect situation nearly 13 years ago. As a result of their early years, neither much liked attention and preferred to be on her own. Unless, however, you were offering them watermelon or banana, for either of those they’d drop their loner personas and perk right up.
After Nanny’s death 5 years ago, we moved Sabra to a new area with lush vegetation and no little pigs to steal her food, no horses to share her bedroom with, and all the vines and leaves she could eat. She was thrilled.
Yesterday, William found her lying by the fence where she’d been eating. We don’t know if the heat we’ve been experiencing played a role in her death, but she was an old girl and goats just don’t live to be very old. Sabra had a wonderful, long life and there were no signs of struggle at the end.
She will be greatly missed and will leave a big void at the Sanctuary.