This video from First Spark Media does a pretty good job on its own explaining what's going on. But a bit of background helps.
For a decade, two animals -- a goat and burro -- lived in near-abandonment, on the property of a woman who could barely take care of herself. Eventually the animals were rescued, however one of the facilities (Animal Place) wasn't able to take on the burro, so the two animals were separated.
Little did they know that, for all their well-meaning, this wasn't a good idea. The goat, Mr. G., was seemingly distraught and stopped eating. In fact, it stopped doing pretty much anything.
Anyone who don't think animals have emotions, this is a good video to show them. After a brief commercial, of course...
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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