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Orphaned Goslings adopted by a Cara the dog at Lunan Bay Farm, Filmed by PBM-Photo

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Uploaded on Jun 8, 2008

Filmed by PBM-Photo ('dot' biz) the main sponsor of ESP club

Orphaned Goslings who were adopted by a dog called Cara who lives at Lunan Bay Farm on the East Coast of Scotland. Murray Hay and Dr Maureen, East Scotland Paragliding club members were on a visit to Lunan Bay and Murray captured a bit of classic animal footage while stopping at the Farm Shop for some food & icecream :-)

From a local press article (Spring 2012):

Former ballet dancer Bonnie set up Lunan Life Farm with her boyfriend, Scott, and the farm sells traditional pork, local food produce and arts and craft.

Bonnie said that they got Cara from Angus Help for Abandoned Animal's shelter just before the goslings were born.

Cara continues to live on the farm and has a close relationship with the other animals.

Bonnie said: ''She was brought into the rescue centre as she was found wandering the streets. She is quite a placid dog and makes friends easily.

''As for the goslings, they all grew up and only one of the five is still with us. The rest were sold. We have pigs, ducks, chickens and goats and they all get on with Cara.

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