They are both free and safe at the same time.
The Oregan Lighthouse Farm Conservation Area has been the home for many years of this bison with health issues. Helen was the name of the animal, and she was blind. She had health issues, which made her anxious and depressed. But when Oliver showed up, everything was different.
A newborn Jersey calf named Oliver rapidly became a trusted buddy and companion for Elena.
The blind Helen adopted him and they became best friends throughout the day. Over time, friends typically become to resemble one another. What happened to them was this. Oliver’s physique gradually matched Helen’s in hue.
Gwen Yakubisin, the director of Lighthouse Sanctuary, revealed to USA Today that Oliver had changed into a genuine buffalo. Helen’s actions drastically altered. She is much less combative and always looks out for Oliver. Oliver has a mother, and she is okay with giving Helen custody of Oliver while she goes away.
Regarding her new position, Helen is eager. She was really lonely and miserable since she had never before cared for anyone.
Helen’s disposition improved as a result of Olivier, and she made friends with nearby animals.
More than 200 animals have found homes at our sanctuary. Here, animals that had previously endured abuse or were sick and defenseless received solace and care.
Lighthouse Farm Sanctuary was founded with the belief that all animals should have access to freedom and humane treatment.
People can visit the sanctuary’s website to learn more information.
The animals occupy this area as if it were their native habitat. At the same time, they are free and secure.