WATCH: Depressed Goat Ends Hunger Strike, Jumps for Joy When Reunited with Friend

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OAKLAND, Calif. — Here’s a touching story of animal love between a goat and a donkey.

A goat named “Mr. G” became sad and depressed and decided to stop eating after he was separated from his burro friend, “Jellybean”.

The two animals were found living in a hoarding situation and were separated and transported to different animal sanctuaries.

Once separated,  “Mr. G” would spend all of his time in the corner of his stall and wouldn’t eat for 6 days.

Volunteers at Animal Place sanctuary recognized they needed to do something to help “Mr. G” eat again.

A volunteer decided to drive 14 hours to reunite the two animals.