Michael came to our sanctuary from another rescue group that kindly took him in. He was not socialized and did not spend a lot of time outside before he came to our sanctuaries. This caused Michael to become somewhat territorial where he would try to ram our staff. With a lot of love and patience, Michael has now formed strong bonds with our staff and volunteers, where he enjoys hanging out with them in the pasture. If Michael had not been given shelter, he would have tragically been destined to slaughter. In animal agriculture, male goats are considered worthless and are killed as babies. These very social animals, similar to dogs, are also raised for unnecessary meat and horrifically killed fully conscious at city markets. Michael wags his tail in delight when he is rubbed on his back or when receiving his favorite alfalfa treats. He is so deserving of adoptive parents that wish to provide him a safe shelter, food and critical medical care.