Located in Maine, Sunflower Farm Creamery is well known for its multitude of baby goats. Recently, however, a new baby arrived on the farm who found herself in need of some new friends.
Meet Lola, an 8-week old Chihuahua puppy, who was feeling a little shy and out of place on the farm. The farm's two adult dogs, an English mastiff and a pug, weren't very interested in playing with the new addition, so little Lola started searching for new friends.
Those new friends took the form of two baby goats, Princess Leia and Lady Bug. They accepted little Lola and let her tag along with them around the farm.
The owners of Sunflower Farm Creamery said on their YouTube page:
"As soon as she saw the goat kids (Princess Leia and Lady Bug who are now almost 2 weeks) [Lola] warmed right up. We figure she was likely missing all her puppy friends and goats act a lot like puppies [...] Princess Leia likes her best and thinks it’s funny to lick her face and chew on Lola’s tail and ears."
In the farm's video of Lola playing with the kids, you can see how happy she is to make new friends. Her little tail almost never stops wagging! And she whimpers whenever she gets left behind by the longer-legged and quicker baby goats.
It's heartwarming to see two different species immediately setting aside their differences and enjoying each other's company. We're so happy Lola has made new friends and a found a forever home at the farm. You can follow Lola's adventures as she grows up on her Instagram page.
Watch the beautiful encounter between Lola and the baby goats in the video below, then share it with your family and friends on Facebook.