Wake County, NC – There is a heartwarming resolution for a North Carolina animal shelter’s “odd couple.” According to the Wake County Animal Center, Cinnamon (a goat) and Felix (a dog), have found a wonderful home where they will be able to spend their lives together.
On March 29, the animal welfare agency updated the public about the bonded friends, writing:
the inseparable goat and dog will soon be living out their years together in the grasses of a local Johnston County farm. The Wake County Animal Center had reached out to a long-time national rescue partner and a local foster family they’d previously worked with, and by the end of the week, these now viral, four-legged friends will be arriving at a new forever home.
In a news release, Shinica Thomas, chair, Wake County Board of Commissioners, said:
“I’m so excited they will be living their dream life in Johnston County with their new family. The Wake County Animal Center has a fantastic rescue network and they focused on the best solution for this pair after getting custody of them. This was the best outcome we could hope for!”
The Mr. Mo Project helped pair the duo with their new owner. Jacqui Bankes, the new proud owner of the dynamic duo said,
“As their forever foster, we are excited to keep them together and also integrate them with our other goats and dogs, after appropriate testing and quarantine. Thank you to Wake County and Mr. Mo Project for making this possible for us!”
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