Lily is a goat who grew up believing she was a cat. It started when Alexa of Friendly Fields Farms took Lily in after she was rejected her at birth.
Five-day-old Lily was only 2 pounds and not much bigger than a box of Kleenex. Alexa immediately fell in love with him because she was so adorable.
After two weeks, Lily’s health improved and she was free to explore the entire house on her own like a kitten.
Lily was fascinated by all the animals she saw and tried to make friends with the rabbits. They weren’t interested in her, and she moved toward the cats instead. An older cat named Bean took Lily under his wing.
After that, Lily started acting like a cat and loved to curl up on a couch with Bean. She followed him everywhere and did whatever Bean wanted to do.
Alexa had to take Lily out when she got older. Lily missed the house, so Alexa brought out a few things that Lily loved to comfort her and make her feel at home.
Lily didn’t see Bean as much as she used to, but she enjoyed the company of other outdoor cats. Alexa is grateful to have Lily because of the joy she brings to her life.