An inexperienced veterinarian burnt horny tubercles to this little goat.
Liann Lorichella, founder of the organization Goats of Anarchy who rescues and rehabilitates goats and goats, says: “I was incredibly evil and very upset. It’s just a cute little kid, and his head was disfigured. ”
Little Goose Lawson was only a week and a half when Lianne found him. In addition, the baby was born with problems: his hind legs are underdeveloped, and most likely they will need to be amputated. After that, Lawson will have to learn how to move around using a special cart.
Lianne tells us that the former landlady of Lawson knew that he would need special care, so she turned to her and they agreed that Lianne would take the kid.
But before that, the former mistress had carried Lawson to the veterinarian for examination and consultation, and the veterinarian had persuaded her to burn the baby’s horny tubercles.
“This veterinarian convinced her that this procedure is carried out by all kids,” says Lianne. “But he turned out to be a bad specialist and burned the kid’s head.”
Moxibustion of horny tubercles is a common practice of removing horns from kids, so that later they do not butt.
Lianne believes that this procedure is not necessary, not to mention that it is cruel and very painful: “There are many blood vessels in the horns, and this helps the goats regulate their body temperature. If you remove the horns, it will be more difficult for animals to bear the heat and cold. ”
Now Lawson lives near Lianne and is quite happy. However, his injured head still looks sad, so Lianne decided to dress up a kid in cute hats and hats.
“His head is very crippled, so I’d like to cover it up so that Lawson looks like a cute little goat.”
The wool on Lawson’s head began to grow, but Lianne thinks that healing will take several months. In the meantime, she is picking a kid from a cute summer hat.