During Monday evening's Visalia city council meeting, Gingi Freeman made her second plea to council members to allow her to keep her miniature goats.
"Trust me when a family is struggling to put food on the table or in my case, food in my daughter's belly and they vote again food sufficiency, Visalia's notice," says Gingi Freeman.
The mom used to have 2–miniature goats in her backyard. She needs the goats' milk to feed her baby and toddler, because she can't produce breast milk.
Since having the goats is against city ordinance, Freeman moved the goats to a nearby farm.
Around 50–protestors joined the Freeman's in front of the city council to show support for the family's request to change the law.