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We lost our little Pippi Sunday night. Her symptoms came back more sudden and much stronger than two weeks ago. I think she never grew big enough or strong enough to build up an immunity to the coccidiosis.

We are glad that she got to spend her life here. She was like a little girl to us. She left her hoof print on our hearts and will be missed greatly.

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7 thoughts on “Pippi

  1. I am so sorry that you lost Pippi. Did she have pneumonia? Do you put baking soda out for your goats to eat when needed? We did that with our last batch of goats. We were advised by others who raised goats to do so. They know when they need it. It is good for their digestive system.

    I hope that you have a wonderful afternoon with your family.

    ~Cheryl

  2. Oh, I’m really sorry about Pippi. That’s so sad, but you did what you could to help so try not to feel bad. I know exactly how it feels to lose a much loved animal. We lost a couple of does and one kid didn’t make it after his mother died over a period of about ten years … all you know to do is all you can do.
    I’m glad you got lots of pictures. 🙂

  3. Sad for you and your family. It is amazing how little animals can touch our hearts. Looks like she had a wonderful, love-filled life while she was here. God bless.

  4. I’m so sorry. I must admit to getting teary eyed when I read this. I know how hard it is for kids (and us adults) to loose animals we love. Please tell Madison how sorry we are. Talk to you soon and God bless.

  5. I’m sorry for your physical loss. I share in your sadness as I also found it hard to loose pet goats. We lost one of our first ones, then when my Cocoa bean lost one of her twins it was too much for me. I felt so helpless and foud it a bit much. So, I am sorry for your loss. Sincerely, Mommy of two growing blessings & so much more!

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