Jon Stewart Helps Out Goats Found Wandering NYC Subway Tracks

Jon Stewart is helping out two goats who were found wandering along a subway track in Brooklyn on Monday. Farm Sanctuary, the organization Stewart runs with wife Tracey, announced later that day that they'd taken Willy and Billy to an upstate facility to live out the rest of their days free from the hustle and bustle of your typical New York City commute. "They’re safe now. These goats were found terrified on the subway tracks in Brooklyn this morning. Tonight, they are on their way to our flagship sanctuary in Watkins Glen, New York," the group wrote on Facebook alongside a video that shows Stewart helping to load them into a truck. The New York Daily News reported that two goats were found wandering on N line tracks in Brooklyn. "Two very baaaaad boys," NYC Transit tweeted around 11:30 a.m., along with a picture of the goats. The agency added, "A new one for us (we think)." Luckily, the goats were on tracks where the power had been cut for rehab work. It took about two hours for officials to wrangle the goats.  Here's more from AP News.

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