Why did the goat climb the tree?


 Why did the goat climb the tree? Because Gooey loves Shanda! That’s why. My sweety, Karen, is so upset because her sweet little baby goat, Gooey, has decided that our Daughter in Law, Shanda, is her momma and will do anything for her. Gooey moved up to The Fruity Chicken a little over a month ago and Shanda jumped in to bottle feed her when Tuey couldn’t make it up the hill. Little by little Gooey started patterning on Shanda and now while she is still excited to see Tuey she goes bonkers when Shanda comes around and follows her everywhere. How much you wanna bet that there’s another goat baby in The Fruity Chickens herd? Our goal is to move up the hill this summer and I can see my Sweety deciding Gooey needs a “friend” soon after that.

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4 thoughts on “Why did the goat climb the tree?

  1. artsifrtsy says:

    I want a baby goat! How long before it’s on the roof with the dogs?

  2. We are going to have baby Nigerians the end of September…Just saying 😉 and now I want a big tree for my goaties to climb on…that was awesome!

  3. Why not 5 goats. The more the merrier!!!!

  4. I was very happy to find your blog so I can see how the other side lives (not ENOUGH raid as opposed to TOO much!). And it’s nice to see that in some places people can actually wear short sleeves outside… yours truly, an American stuck on the west coast of Ireland 🙂

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