Mina, one of the World’s Cutest Fainting Goats, continues to improve after her incredibly close brush with death on New Year’s Day. We’re now three vet visits into this (the bills . . . ) along with some medication changes, however the trend continues in the right direction.

Mina is now so used to her twice a day medicating, both with oral and injectable medications, that she no longer bothers to run away when she sees us coming. We still get the unhappy faces and she lets us know every way she can that the oral meds taste disgusting, but she has been remarkably easy to medicate.  Hopefully today’s change in medication gets Mina over the final hump and she can put her near death episode behind her.

Mina saying, “I’m not doing anything. Nothing to see here.” Mina continues to improve; her appetite is excellent and she is happy to sneak food from feedbagsimg_8805-800x600 img_8806-800x600 img_8807-800x600

King and Moeimg_2185-800x600

Gibson and Renzoimg_8852-800x600

Elfin and Homerimg_2169-800x600

George and Asterik both had goofy, happy expressions after they had their blankets removed. The white bodies with brown faces, necks and legs is quite the fashion statementimg_3056-800x600

Walon immediately celebrated his blanket coming off with a roll in the mudimg_1961-800x600

Cuffie also headed straight to the mud upon blanket removalimg_3066-800x600

Chance and Conveyimg_1790-800x600

Timbit, Sabrina and Sparkyimg_1807-800x600

Moe, Levendi and Homerimg_1940-800x600

Cisco and Babyimg_1951-800x600


Maisie and Charlotteimg_2008-800x600

Quigly and Mielimg_3098-800x600

the chestnut club posing for a picture; Magic, Ripley and Walonimg_2021-800x600

Miel and Happy playingimg_2026-800x600


Remmy and Cino playingimg_2136-800x600


Apollo and Thomasimg_2221-800x600