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Matilda the goat keeping warm with new coat at B.C. Wildlife Park

Matilda, the ten-year-old goat at B.C. Wildlife Park was recently given a new coat to help her stay warm during freezing temperatures.
Image Credit: TWITTER/ B.C. Wildlife Park
February 11, 2019 - 12:15 PM

KAMLOOPS — When the weather gets cold, an extra layer of clothing can help you stay warm — the same goes for Matilda, a 10-year-old pygmy goat at B.C. Wildlife Park in Kamloops.

The goat was recently given a new coat to help her stay warm while temperatures continue below zero.

Due to her age, which is considered old for Matilda’s species, she needed the extra layer to help her keep extra warm, B.C. Wildlife Park says in a tweet.


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