Monday Animals ❤️

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The video below shows rescue cows and goats checking on their caregiver, Gretchen Eberle, after she was feeling a little overwhelmed. The clip that has gone viral, was shared by the TikTok account of Off The Plate Sanctuary (@offtheplatesanctuary), a nonprofit animal rescue based in Montgomery, Vermont. It was started by Eberle and her spouse Charles Snedicor. Eberle told Newsweek: “I was cleaning the barn and feeling a little overwhelmed that day. The things we see in rescue life can take its toll on us at times. As I sat to take a quick break and reflect, a couple of the cows and goats nearby sensed my emotions and came over to check on me. They do this quite often. They are beautiful, feeling, sentient beings who feel many of the emotions we do. I am desperate for people to understand that.”

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Gracie Storvika
Gracie Storvika
1 month ago

All of these film clips show something we we certainly do not get to see everyday. It gladdened my heart just to see this.

Kelleigh Nelson
Kelleigh Nelson
1 month ago

Yes, they love…

Brian
Brian
1 month ago

So good Doc

Calgirl
Calgirl
1 month ago

Trust your pets, any other animals in your charge…they will tell what is “up,” or they will respond to you or the environmental moment (my cats freak out and RUN/HIDE when they feel the slightest earth tremor here in So Cal….even if we don’t feel it…and then, we look it up on the geologic- internet to see what happened..and when/where). If you can stand a story—I once had a hen that I never suspected/knew was ailing. I learned so, & that she would die when all the other hens in the coop surrounded her in a “hen circle” settling-in around her to comfort her…out in the enclosed chicken yard in mid-day, and never left her. She did, indeed die. Her hen peers did not leave her side. I only wish I knew how and when they knew something was wrong with this lovely hen.