It was time to prepare the goats. Faith Snapp, 12, stepped into the pen and slid her hand along the rump of cream- and toffee-colored Mac, checking to make sure he was clean. Her twin brother, Caleb, stood in the corner feeding Pi his formula while the twins' parents and sister scurried around getting ready for the San Antonio Livestock Show. Faith tossed back her long blond hair, while Caleb, a couple of inches shorter than Faith, clambered onto the gate to... More >>>
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photo by Josh Huskin
Brent Snapp encourages the twins, Faith and Caleb Snapp, both legally blind, to be as independent as possible, but he rushed out of the stands to hug his daughter after she parted with her goat at the end of a recent show in San Antonio.