Help The Belmont Goats Before They Are Homeless

Heads at a Portland non-profit are searching for an empty piece of land, at least half an acre, to house 14 goats and a chicken.

The Belmont Goats have to vacate from their current home, at Southeast 92nd Avenue and Harold Street, by July.

That’s when their latest lease with Prosper Portland expires.

The group, aimed at creating a rural oasis amid Portland’s expanding urban core, started on Southeast Belmont Street.

A few years ago, they moved to the Lents area, where they’ve made homes on two properties since.

They have a few hopeful options, but nothing is finalized.

They also have some back-up locations where they keep the animals for a short time, but those properties wouldn’t be open to the public.

If you know of a property that may work as the Belmont Goats’ new home, click here.

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