A caramel colored with white spots pygmy-mix goat.
Tiny was rescued in June 2009 from the bootheel of Missouri along with other goats, sheep, horses and a pony. They were living in dangerous and unsanitary conditions.
Tiny, who was about two years old when she was rescued, eats hay and goat chow. She receives yearly vaccinations and regular deworming. She doesn't need a lot of grooming but does need help brushing out her winter coat. She has her hooves trimmed every few months.
When Tiny first arrived at Longmeadow she was very afraid of people and her new surroundings. Eventually, she came out of her shy shell and has settled into her life at Longmeadow. Now, she's a quiet, curious, friendly goat who likes to greet new people and sometimes nibbles on their jewelry.