VACAVILLE (CBS SF) — The story of a depressed goat and his best friend Jellybean the donkey are taking the internet by storm.

More than a million people have viewed the YouTube video of the two animals that were rescued from a hoarder in Southern California.

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The goat went on what’s described as a hunger strike until he was finally reunited with his friend.

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“Animal control said he was raised with a burro and they were best friends. And when they were separated, the burro really brayed and cried a lot, and we said oh my God,maybe he’s suffering from depression at the loss of his friend,”  Jan Galeazzi of the Animal Place said.

The pair ended up on a farm in Vacaville, where they’re able to frolic in the sun together.

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“He was suddenly up, lively.  You could see his nostrils flaring, his eyes lighting up when she’s being unloaded, wagging his tail, he’s excited,” Galeazzi said.