Jon Stewart saved the few goats to be found on the NYC subway tracks.
The kids are all right.
Comedian-turned-farmer Jon Stewart rescued the two rogue goats caught running around on the N train tracks in Brooklyn on Monday.
The former “Daily Show” host personally picked up the runaways from the city’s Animal Care and Control and took them to the Farm Sanctuary’s shelter in upstate Watkins Glen, the animal rescue organization said.
It is still unclear exactly where the furry refugees came from, but they were spotted horsing around between the Fort Hamilton Parkway and New Utrecht stops in Borough Park, before the NYPD knocked them out with tranquilizer darts.
The duo turned out to be caused by the time Stewart showed up to take them to their new home — the photos show the animals look bright eyes and bushy tails as they were led into his truck.
The billies will be in good company — Stewart previously adopted a bull that escaped from a Queens slaughterhouse and an abused horse found in Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Tracey, are supporters of the Farm Sanctuary, and even opened their own location, on their farm in New Jersey.
This article originally appeared on Page Six.