When Buzz the goat found an empty chip bag, he couldn’t resist attempting to eat the crumbs at the bottom and got himself stuck. Instead of letting a human (or the family dog) help him get the bag off, he took off running! Maybe he was having too much fun?
This baby goat has decided that his days in the pen are over. They say you have to step on others to get to the top, but this escape artist took it literally. I wonder if he planned his way out for a while with his donkey friend before taking his leap to freedom or just seized an opportunity when it presented itself. Either way, I admire him for being so brave! He could have ended up impaled on the side of a fence, but instead he’s runnin’ free around the barnyard. [Huffington Post]
It’s painful (literally) to watch baby goat Charlotte hate on her own reflection by headbutting herself repetitively. Well, maybe she thinks it’s another goat in there and she’s telling it to fuck off. Either way, we’ve all been there. Especially on Monday mornings. [Buzzfeed]
This is Gladys the bull terrier. She’s got a couple of bottles of milk strapped to her back so she can help feed a bunch of goats in her care. ”The idea evolved from the fact that Gladys was completely obsessed with the baby goats, she licked them from the moment they were born, and accompanied us to bottle feed them three times a day – never missing a session,” explains the video’s maker. “She cleaned all the little dribbles of milk as they drank and just adored them, lying super still on the ground while they pounced on her when they were small and running with them as they got bigger and bouncier. We joked that she would love to feed them herself, if only there was a way for her to hold the bottles.”
So Gladys was rigged up with a bottle harness. It didn’t work, but it did result in this funny video. “She was less than a year old and the words stand/stay were not in her vocabulary,” her owner went on. “She just stood on the hay & wore the pants while we taped & arranged goats.” Goat arranger: I wonder if that’s a job I can audition for. [YouTube]
Is it science? Evolution? An adorable genetic quirk? Whatever it is, we’re definitely into this video of Pickles the kitten braying like a goat. [Laughing Squid]