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‘Inseparable’ dog, goat duo to live out rest of days together on farm

Their charming bond melted the hearts of everyone who met them, and now the fate of the viral goat-dog duo from North Carolina has been sealed.

Cinnamon and Felix will spend the rest of the day together on the farm.

Wake County Commissioner Sinika Thomas said in a press release, “We are so excited that they will be living the life of their dreams with their new families in Johnston County.” We had a rescue network and after saving two, we focused on the best solution for this pair and it was the best result we could have hoped for!”

Cinnamon the goat and Felix the dog ended up at the Wake County Animal Center on March 13 after their owners were unable to care for them.

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Inseparable goats and dogs spend the years together on pastures in Johnston County, North Carolina. (Wake County, North Carolina)

Staff quickly realized that the two were best friends, playing, eating and sleeping together. A call was made to social media to find a rescue partner to keep the two pals together.

“Goats are social animals, and so are dogs, so when they’re together, it makes sense to find friendships,” said Dr. Jennifer Federico, director of the Wake County Animal Center. In many cases of friendship between species, the species are not usually seen together, and sometimes one is a species that in nature usually preys on the other – existence is to keep them together.”

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Cinnamon and Felix's incredible friendship captured the hearts of everyone at the North Carolina shelter.

Cinnamon and Felix’s incredible friendship captured the hearts of everyone at the North Carolina shelter. (Wake County, North Carolina)

Last week, a strange, once homeless couple met their happy ending with the help of longtime national rescue partners Chris and Mariesa Hughes of Mr. Mo Project, and the local foster home they used to work with. has been announced.

“We are so happy to grow Felix and Cinnamon!” said Jackie Banks, the new owner of the dynamic duo. “As their permanent foster parents, we are excited to keep them together and integrate them with other goats and dogs after proper testing and quarantine.”

Cinnamon the goat and Felix the dog came to the center on March 13 after their owners were unable to care for them.

Cinnamon the goat and Felix the dog came to the center on March 13 after their owners were unable to care for them. (Wake County, North Carolina)

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Mr. and Mrs. Hughes and their non-profit organization agreed to pay for Cinnamon and Felix’s medical expenses for the rest of his life.

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