Local therapeutic goat Annabelle reportedly taken from owner's home

Local therapeutic goat Annabelle reportedly taken from owner's home

Annabelle, a miniature pygmy goat who visits disabled children in day cares and the elderly in nursing homes around Kentuckiana, went missing from her owner's Louisville home Wednesday night. The home is located in the 2400 block of Elmhurt Avenue in Shively. Her owner, Ashley Trego, says Annabelle is diabetic, half blind and suffers from seizures and strokes. Trego tells WHAS11 that someone unlatched Annabelle's gate, freeing the goat, late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning.

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Posted on September 13, 2013 at 11:35 AM

Updated Sunday, Sep 15 at 9:17 PM

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Have you seen Annabelle?

Annabelle, a miniature pygmy goat who visits disabled children in day cares and the elderly in nursing homes around Kentuckiana, went missing from her owner's Louisville home Wednesday night.  The home is located in the 2400 block of Elmhurt Avenue in Shively.

Her owner, Ashley Trego, says Annabelle is diabetic, half blind and suffers from seizures and strokes.

Trego tells WHAS11 that someone unlatched Annabelle's gate, freeing the goat, late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning.

Trego sent WHAS11 several pictures to help get the word out.  Mobile users click here.

 

 

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