Jorgie, Milo, and Sally Are In Search Of Treats and Scratches

Our resident goats, Jorgie and Sally, and Milo the lamb love to greet Scott when he returns from a trip to the habitat.  They get excited when they see the 4-wheeler because, once a day, it returns with some of Alma’s favorite browse – primarily branches that have been cut for her to enjoy. And all three of them find her preferred treats delicious. So, when the 4-wheeler comes near the house, Jorgie, Milo, and Sally tend to help themselves. (Of course, we don’t let them take too much, since it’s meant for Alma.) They will sometimes help themselves to leftover hay in the back, if they are in the mood. 

Just like domestic pets need some love and affection, so do Jorgie, Sally, and Milo. Here, you can see Milo and Sally make an appearance, sniffing around for something interesting. Jorgie is more excited to see Scott and get some satisfying head scratches. (You can see that the animals are still getting their fill of mangoes by Jorgie’s dirty face.)


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    Cintia Abney says

    Lol so cute! The yellow of the mangoes is very visible in Jorgie,s face

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    Debbie Sides says

    Just look at those beautiful faces. Paradise this place is! Love ESB and all the residents💚

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    Angie Gibson says

    I imagine right before the video opens, Scott saying, “ Hey, who ate all the mangoes?” And Jorgie looking quite innocent, replying, “ Not me….”
    These sweet fur babies are smile-makers😁🐐🐑💕

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    Deb says

    I love seeing the other residents!
    Very cute story !
    Sorry but I forgot who Alma is.

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      Kat Blais says

      Alma is the tapir that was brought here for rehab and release, but is blind and has seizures, so she is a permanent resident.

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    Patricia says

    Precious! I love goats! 🥰🥰🥰

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    Carey says

    Love goats! Those mangoes look delicious, small and sweet? Happy that a selection of your fellow residents approve, of the head scratch too

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    Charlotte Hansen says

    What a sweet video! We all love Scott!

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    JoAnn Merriman Eaton says

    The Pied Piper of GSE arrives!!! 🐘🐏🐐🐾🐘

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    Christine Frapwell says

    do the goats, etc. roam freely? can they leave the sanctuary or are they confined? they are all so cute! thanks

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      Sara says

      The goats do not go near the habitat and stay near the house. They aren’t really interested in leaving the sanctuary, since that’s where their food is and they like their people. They wander freely within a safe distance of the house.

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    Wim says

    Lovely welcoming committee. The circle of life is getting brighter and brighter. 💚

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