It’s hard for the blind and lonely bison to get attention from other animals, but then she met Oliver.

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This bison had a hard time living on his own because he was so lonely. Helen was blind and very shy when she was taken to the Lighthouse Farm Sanctuary, Oregon, but now she is happy and healthy. Because she was sick, all the animals at the farm didn’t pay attention to her for a long time. It looked like she was meant to live alone and not have anyone comfort her. All of that was over when Oliver came into the room!

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Helen was found and taken to the sanctuary in 2016. Since then, she has had a hard time making friends. Even the staff at the centre thought she might die because she was so sad. Even though they thought they were doomed, they have changed a lot. All of this has now turned into one of the most heartwarming stories the animal world has ever had.

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A Jersey cow was born on the farm, and she changed everything. Finally, he gained Helen’s trust, and they became best friends. The couple is unable to part. “He’s become a baby buffalo,” the sanctuary told USA Today.

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Because they have such a strong relationship, both get a lot of good things from it. Helen got stronger in her mind, and now she has a lot of confidence. On the other hand, Oliver got a nanny, but he didn’t get one for himself. It doesn’t matter that they both made real friends.

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She said: “Betsy [Oliver’s mom] usually drops Oliver off at “daycare” and goes out for the rest of the day while Helen takes care of him. She’s fine with that.” “I see them taking care of each other, which is great because I don’t think Helen has ever had the chance to show that motherly instinct before.”

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ozens of different kinds of animals live at the Lighthouse Farm Sanctuary. There are cows, horses and other types of animals there as well. The sanctuary’s goal is to help animals who require help. Everyone has the right to be accessible at Lighthouse Farm Sanctuary. We express this belief explicitly in the text of our mission statement. “We give those who have the most heartbreaking stories hope and the promise of the freedom to be who they are.” A promise of friendship, love, and care…..

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