Frankie the Goat: When rescued in a Calhoun County, Michigan, hoarding case (with Flopsy, Mazzy, and other goats and sheep), he had been living in a dog crate, and could barely walk when he first arrived. Now this pint sized guy runs and jumps with all the others, and is happy to be alive. He is one of the farm favorites!
Big Edie: Born in 2012, Big Edie is a Boer Goat. She was found tied up on a city street with her 2 young children, Little Edie and Wally, who were small enough to curl up in a food bowl together. When Big Edie and children arrived at SASHA, it appeared that Big Edie’s hooves had never been trimmed and she mostly kneeled instead of standing. Now, after much love and great care from staff and volunteers, she and her children run the pastures and love every day of their lives. Picture below are Big Edie and her daughter Little Edie, and below that, Little Edie by herself.
Mazzy the Goat (Below): Rescued in a Calhoun County, Michigan, hoarding case, with Frankie, Flopsy, and other goats and sheep. Mazzy is likely a pygmy crossed with a larger breed, like Alpine, Toggenberg or Saarinen.
Jasmine (Jazzy) the Goat (Below): Arrived 10/10/19; surrendered by a loving owner who was aging and could no longer care for her. Small like Mazzy. May be part Pygmy. Gizmo the Goat (Below):
Arrived 10/10/19; surrendered by a loving owner who was aging and could no longer care for him. Probably a LaMancha goat.
Riley II: An Alpine goat rescued in a Calhoun County hoarding case, with Frankie, Flopsy, Mazzy, and other goats and sheep. Named by sponsor Riley Winkler. (Photo 2019) Believed to be one of the oldest goats.
Boo Boo Face (she needs a name!) : A Toggenburg goat, rescued in 2014 by Detroit Animal Control from a neglectful home and brought to SASHA Farm to live out her life in a place where she is much loved and so happy.