Rescued: Colin and Woody Wednesday, May 09, 2018Woodstock Farm Sanctuary has rescued two male calves from a large-scale dairy farm. They were immediately brought to Cornell University’s Veterinary Hospital to receive urgent medical care.Can you help with their critical care?Colin and Woody, along with 13 other calves, were born just weeks ago on a large-scale dairy farm — the same farm that Gershwin was rescued from (rest peacefully, sweet boy). They were dehydrated and weak and needed immediate care.Like all male dairy calves, Colin and Woody were taken away from their moms shortly after birth so that the milk meant for them could be taken for human consumption. Because they can’t produce milk, they are sold as cheap meat — that is, if they don’t die first. 25% of the baby boys die before getting to auction because they aren’t being fed or cared for by their mothers.But a kind person persuaded this farmer into giving up Colin and Woody.When we arrived, Colin and Woody were clearly very confused. Standing on wobbly legs with barely enough strength to walk a few feet, they were desperately looking around for their moms. They wouldn’t stand a chance against someone trying to harm them.When they got to the hospital the vets gave them fluids right away. Woody tested positive for Salmonella and since the two were rescued together, we were concerned that Colin might also carry the dangerous infection. Thankfully we had access to the very best medical care to ensure proper treatment.Rescuing these two babies is a big undertaking. It’s going to take a lot of time and resources and we’re going to be stretched thin. But that’s what we do — we step up when helpless animals need us most.Colin and Woody are now safe at Woodstock Sanctuary and after weeks of isolation to heal from Salmonella, these boys are finally outside in their pasture. We’re feeding them every 8 hours and staying up with them throughout the night. A gift from you right now would help them so much.Your support is what makes rescues like this possible. Thank you for being there for the animals.