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My name is Sweetaire Ranch Annie Oakley!

Goat for adoption in Palmdale, California - Sweetaire Ranch Annie Oakley
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I'm being cared for by:
California Animal Rescue & Education Sanctuary

Facts about Sweetaire Ranch Annie Oakley

  • Species: Goat
  • Age: Baby
  • Size: Miniature
  • Sex: Female
Annie is a few months old (born around Easter) and is a sweet tame Nigerian Dwarf goat. She has horns, walks on a leash, and is from champion and good milking breeding lines. You must have other goats or be willing to buy a friend for her.

Nigerians are great for pets, weed control, milking for milk-cheese-soap, showing or breeding to sell or build up your own tiny herd. They are quiet and practically odorless.

I can send pictures to you via email attachment or text or Facebook. Annie is white with brown spots.

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About California Animal Rescue & Education Sanctuary

About Our Rescue Group...

Share Bond has been doing animal rescue, community outreach programs, media work, teaching at wildlife, companion animal and animal rights conferences all over the US. We at CARES help all animals in one way or another and are not speciesists. We have specialists in all areas needed at our rescue facility. CARES is also a sanctuary for non-placeable animals (deaf, senior animals, problematic) and we make sure that each and every animal has plenty of space, mental enrichment, attention, and a clean environment with the best food possible.

I chose to do this work because it is needed. We all owe it to the animals. Our important programs (Animal Crime Watch, Neighborhood Watch For Animals, TNR+, humane wildlife solutions, etc.) are desperately needed. Someone needs to get through to the general public.

Come Meet Our Pets...

CARES is in Lake Los Angeles, CA (E. Lancaster). We will be at the World Dog Day in West Hollywood, CA 5/22. Come see us at our booth there! And are normally holding adoption days on weekends at the Simi Valley PetSmart, and some Sundays on 47th St. E. in Palmdale, CA.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fees for dogs normally run from $150, and $250 for dogs that need a lot of grooming, sometimes more for puppies and pure breeds. Kittens and other animals average that, usually less for kittens/cats.

CARES does have a contract and we do a house check. The requirements are pretty standard for most animal rescues. We thoroughly investigate the potential home situation to ensure that the animal will be happy and safe, and that the new caretakers are satisfied with their new family member.