Goat neglected since birth is given 4 new legs and a new life at Pennsylvania farm

Born to a goat breeder, Anna arrived in the world during a polar vortex, an arctic freeze in the Northeast that caused record-breaking low temperatures in 2015. She and her twin, Elsa, named for the “Frozen” characters, suffered frostbite immediately.

It’s not unusual for farm animals born in the winter to suffer frostbite, Michelle said, but the farmers hadn’t cared for Anna well.

“With frostbite, the circulation goes, and the parts of you that are frostbitten rot off. Anna’s legs rotted off on their own,” Michelle said. “There was no surgery, nothing.”

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