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Goats found abandoned in Pike Co. need your help

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PIKE COUNTY, OH (FOX19) -

An Ohio Animal rescue is asking for help after two goats were found abandoned in Pike County.

The two goats, now named Noel and Jingle, are severely injured. They have been transported to OSU Veterinary Hospital.

Noel has extensive injury and damage to his hind leg, and part of his leg needed to be amputated.

"Noel and Jingle are young goats and have years ahead of them to spend time playing in green pastures. We can only imagine what these two little guys have been through. We know for sure that they were hungry, all alone, and Noel had been suffering for a long time," the Ohio SPCA said. 

The rescue is asking for money to help with medical bills.

You can make a donation here.

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