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Marcia the goat was taken in by Farm Sanctuary in California after she was born blind last spring. She was scared and anxious when she was left alone, but her caretakers suspected a kid named Maurice would be the perfect companion for her when he was rescued in July. They hit it off right away, and have been inseparable ever since. “They eat right next to each other, they sleep right next to each other, they refuse to be any farther away from each other than they have to be,” says a sanctuary worker in a video about the pair. — Learn more at the Huffington Post
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