Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Blind Goat Stolen from Central Alberta Animal Sanctuary; Reward Offered

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Blind Goat Stolen from Central Alberta Animal Sanctuary; Reward Offered

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Blind goat stolen from animal sanctuary

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WETASKIWIN, Alta. - An animal sanctuary south of Edmonton is offering a $10,000 no-questions-asked reward for the return of a blind goat named Daisy.

Melissa Foley, founder of the Farm Animal Rescue and Rehoming Movement near Wetaskiwin, said the seven-month-old goat had her eyes and tongue eaten by crows shortly after she was born, which has left her with many special needs.

"If we can't get somebody to bring a blind goat forward for $10,000, I honestly don't know what will make it happen," Foley said. "That's a lot of money for us and that's something that we are going to have to deal with, but Daisy is worth it. We will do whatever we can to get her home."

Foley said Daisy vanished Sunday night from the rescue group's property about 10 minutes outside of town.

Neighbours told her they saw a vehicle they didn't recognize at the home and heard dogs barking, then found the gate was closed incorrectly. …

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