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A Celebration of the Life
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helping animals in
Notes: Notes: Sally was adopted
through the BLM the same day Jennie
was. We brought them home
together. Sally is mischievous!! She is
very curious and seems to love
adventure. Since Sally is our escape
artist, we do a head count everyday.
Sally loves to play in the creek, and is
well known to wander UNDER the
fence lines. She is also known to
push through/opens gates and climbs
them as well. She will try to climb
into the muck bucket cart or wagon.
You can not trust her with anything.
She will destroy things (but in a
playful way!!). Having said all of that,
we don't fault Sally for her spirit, she
is simply a Mustang! As part of their
American History studies, the First
and Fifth Graders of St. Brendan's
Catholic School in Hilliard, OH raised
$584.64 to donate towards Sally's
care. The children were unable to
make the field trip to the Sanctuary,
so Sally traveled to school to meet
the children May of 2008.
Farewell our Dear Sally
Priscilla- Lifelong Resident -
Breed- Pygmy Goat
Color- Gray / White belly stripe
Birth Year- 2002
Arrival Date- 09/2005
Notes: Priscilla came to the Circle P
with her baby (Petunia) after she
weaned Petunia's twin sister. Priscilla is
the dominant female of the group. She
will often chase all of the others away,
and ram the gates with her horns. She is
friendly to humans, and does enjoy
being groomed (other than nail trims).
Farewell to our Dear Priscilla