Judi is a goat who was born with neurological problems that made it impossible for her to walk or lead a normal life. Destined to be bred profit, she would be of no use on her original farm. She had not yet known the joy of sunshine on her face, or running in a meadow. Miraculously, she was found by Jennifer and Jim who run the Black Dog Farm and Rescue in Texas. She was taken home, fed by hand, and given a new chance at life. Goat with neurological damage jumps for joy at sanctuary Judi is a goat who was born with neurological problems that made it impossible for her to walk or lead a normal life. Destined to be slaughtered and discarded soon after birth, as if her life had no value, she had not yet known the joy of sunshine on her face, or running in a meadow. rumble.com Judi required daily massages and rehabilitative therapy to keep her legs muscles from atrophying. The discomfort of taking even a few assisted steps in the early days left her exhausted and in need of a lot of TLC. But, with consistent effort and a gradual increase in her exercise, Judi learned to stand, then to walk unaided. She saw the other animals running and she was eager to keep up. With encouragement and support, Judi is now able to run around, even though it slow and clumsy, in comparison with the other goats here. But Judi doesn't care how she looks when she romps and plays. Here, she is excited to see her human friends return to the yard and she tries to leap with joy. She lands awkwardly and completely loses her balance, but that does not deter this amazing little goat. She rights herself and runs toward her rescuers with happiness. Black Dog Farm and Rescue began with Faline, a black pit bull who had been neglected and abandoned. She responded so well to the kind voices and gentle hands of Jennifer and Jim, that they were inspired to do more for the beautiful souls who also need help. They opened their sanctuary in Texas and began doing what seemed impossible. They heal the broken animals and care for the most desperate cases, giving them the chance that they deserve. Black Dog Farm can be found on Facebook. They do amazing work, which is only possible with the support of friends, family and other animal lovers. Please check out their page and consider helping them do the work that these little creatures so richly deserve.