Morning with Gooey

This morning was Gooey’s first in her new home. She spent her first night all by herself in her corral up at The Fruity Chicken. Even though she was very happy to see me she made it clear that she is a big girl now and can handle things on her own!






7 thoughts on “Morning with Gooey

  1. artsifrtsy says:

    She’s awesome – what is that she’s climbing on? I saw some at a local petting zoo and they had lots of things for them to climb on.

    • Max says:

      It was a big container that was by the pool, I think chlorine tablets come in them. We washed it out good and then filled it with water, Gooey absolutely loves it! We need to find her some more toys to climb on.

  2. Goats are so funny – they are the original “because it’s there” climbers.

  3. Christie says:

    Man, baby goats are just TOO MUCH! My heart keeps melting at all the baby critters popping up in my blog roll (and they are making me want to add all the baby critters to our too-tiny-for-a-goat backyard). 🙂

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