Hi There, Four weeks ago my partners parents goats all had kids. Many of them died as at the time we were at the end of a very cold, wet winter ( I live in rural Australia... doesn't sound like it gets cold but it can be -10 degrees celcius and even colder at night). I managed to rescue a few lucky ones from the cold and they are all fine now, however one kid that survived "Lulu" is still in my care, the others are all living in the pasture with their mums. Lulu was one of three that I found. Her mother had abandoned her and another(who sadly I could not revive), but was nursing the third. Lulu was and still is half her brothers size. I have had her since a few hours after her birth and bottle fed her Divetalact (a general animal milk substitute in Australia) and now she is on Pallastart (a kid and lamb formula). Lulu has not received any milk at all from her mother, I have completely bottle fed her... so she has not had any colostrum. Now, I do not know very much about goats at all, aside from what I can ascertain from google. I want to provide her with the best life I can! She recently had pneumonia but has since recovered, but I am hesitant to put her out with the others as she tires quickly and I don't think that she can keep herself warm enough. What do I do with her? I have grown very attached to her and am totally fine to keep her with me but I have not got a clue about raising kids. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!