Pan's interview on Saturday went very well, and he trailered off to a new adventure at Poppitykash Farm. (You can find them on Facebook). Pan is now living with two Nigerian Dwarf goats and two babydoll sheep. The family owns about eight acres of pasture, and then two hillsides of woods up to the top with views. Pan's new mom loves to go walking in the woods with the goats and wanted Pan to go with her. I assured her that Pan would stick with the herd and that he loves pine trees. So they spent all weekend bonding over treats and nature walks. Pan's new mom filled my email with photographic evidence of their good time.
While I know that I will miss Pan, I think this is a great opportunity for him to join a loving family while he is a good opportunity for Poppitykash Farm to start their fiber animal collection.