A neighbor of ours asked us to take care of his animals while the family went out of town for a week. They have 2 dogs, 2 bunnies, 5 cats and a bunch of goats and cows. We were told we would not need to do anything with livestock. Sooooo we went tonight to feed the animals and give an insulllin shot to one cat. We eneded up with more than we bargained for. I heard a noise under some farm equipment and walked over to find twin baby goats only maybe a day old if that. They are weak and very tiny. No other goats in sight and it was nearly dark. We looked for goats and let the kids call and nothing. The property is 160 acres so who knows where the herd is. We had no choice but to scoop up the babies and take them home. We found milk replacer and fed them a bit then put them in a crate on the porch to rest. I read we need to feed them every 4 hours so that is the plan. I have to work in the morning so my 17yr old daughter will have her first taste of being a mommy. I hope they survive. We are not sure what else to do for them. We called the owners and no response. Any advice? Oh they are twin boer girls in case it matters. We have never had goats before so this is totally new to us.