So... The Gallatin Valley. We aren't known for being sympathetic to animals. We're a farming area. I'm one of two vegetarians I know in the entire county. But tht leads to issues. Like The Gallatin Valley Goat Duo. My neighbor has 2 goats, a saanen wether and a nigerian dwarf wether. She can't milk or breed them since they're wethers. She doesn't have much use for them. So her solution is to keep them in a tiny outdoor dog kennel against a shed. Their only shelter is the couple inches the shed roof hangs over their kennel and a tiny dog igloo that only gets battered around and is too small for both of them together. The saanen, Tyler, can't fit in it at all. Their pen is a couple inches of dirt, mud, and rotting goat crap. They get fed and all, but they aren't treated like living things at all. They don't even get their feet trimmed! I'd take them in a heartbeat, I really would. They're sweet goats, I love them lots. It's just that we free roam our goats. These guys would likely run off to the neighbor's veggie garden and never leave. Plus, the stall our goats sleep and eat in isn't big enough for 2 more. It's not even big enough for fitting in the little nigerian wether with my 2 minis. I've contacted The Gentle Barn, and they can't take them in any of their sanctuaries. Most people around here would just have them as meat or make them endure the same life they've had with our neighbor. So here's the plan. I'm gonna be saving up to buy them. But I can't keep them, like I said earlier. So I need help with a home. I need help finding a good new home or sanctuary, wherever it may be, and finding transport from here to there. I might be able to do it with my dad, but I'm not sure. If any of you know a good sanctuary, please post here! Please don't post with BaaHaus (looks like a hoarding situation), The Gentle Barn (my first choice, but they can't take the Gallatin Valley Goat Duo), or Pigs Peace (I am still awaiting a response). Thanks y'all! The Gallatin Valley Goat Duo will appreciate it.