The Adventures of Pumpkin and Cookie: Lover Buggie Cookie, the Cuddly Goat!
The first day I met my (human) Mommy and Daddy, I jumped right up in their laps! When they brought me home, they couldn't keep me away! Since I am bigger now, I enjoy laying as close as I possibly can, then I fall asleep and have sweet dreams!
New short video clips! We are Nigerian Dwarf goats who love showing off our love for life and the awesome things we can do. We are out to prove how wonderful goats are! We know how to jump and slide down our slide, potty in a litter box, move chairs around so we can see over the fence and so much more ... all caught on video!
We are also Therapy Animals. My mommy battles Multiple Sclerosis, Lyme Disease, Traumatic Brain Injury and Chemical Injury. So, we have a special purpose. We give her tons of hugs and kisses every day to bring some smiles and joy into her life.
People are always shocked to hear mommy and daddy have goats. They exclaim, "You have GOATS??" as if it is so strange! So, Mommy takes pictures and videos of us to share our lives -and shenanigans- with the world! She is determined to make us famous so we can let everyone know that "Goats are loving, smart and super FUN!"
Much Love, Cookie
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Sherri has always been an extremely active person. She used to cheer-lead, sing and dance in musicals, act in commercials, work multiple jobs and obtained 3 college degrees. However, she has been unable to work or care for her daily needs since 1991, due to Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and Chronic-Late Lyme Disease. She lives with unbearable and disabling pain, fatigue, cognitive disorders 24x7. She also has Chemical Injuries and Intolerance, which has kept her very isolated from friends and family. Sherri's website comes to life with her writings and videos sharing her story, information about her illnesses, a positive outlook amidst her daily pain and losses and her desire to help friends and family better understand debilitating conditions. Sherri's husband, Wayne, is the Founder and President of the Invisible Disabilities Association www.InvisibleDisabilities.org. Sherri is not a medical or legal professional, please seek professional advice before making any changes to your healthcare or lifestyle.