Ophelia was born in May, 2020. She was the runt in a litter of quadruplets. Mom rejected Ophelia at birth, and by the time we found Ophelia, she was wet and cold, still slimy from the birth material, and barely alive. We took her inside the house, cleaned her off, and warmed her up. We were able to get some powdered colostrum replacement into her, and she perked up. For the next month and a half, she lived indoors with us, I bottle fed her every 2 hours, for the first week. Then we bottle fed her around the clock, gradually extending the time between feedings. Since she was inside with all six dogs, she thought she was a dog. She moved outside to her own little pen within the doe's enclosure in July, and she still enjoys coming out to play with her doggy buddies, every day. Ophelia is exceptionally friendly, and will eventually become a therapy goat. For now, she makes monthly socialization visits to her veterinarian's office, Continental Animal Wellness Center, to lift the spirits of staff and be doted on.