So, funny story. After I posted my article (and this video on Facebook), the goats broke the Internet and everyone lost their minds. (Move over, Kim Kardashian.) And I completely understand, because I lost my mind too. The goats were so entertaining and cute and fun! House Beautiful picked up the article, followed by Country Living Magazine, and the story went viral from there. Not long after that, I got a call from “the goat guy” (the owner of the goats) saying that he was getting calls from all over the country from people interested in the goats. It was hilarious and amazing and crazy. So he offered to bring the goats back for a quick visit to get the little bit of remaining ivy left over. When they were here before, it rained a ton and the ground got so wet that a little bit of the ivy was too caked in mud for the goats to eat. So he said that he would bring them back, and this time there would be tiny newborn baby goats!
Oh my goodness you guys, I can’t even handle the cuteness.
So this time he brought 10 goats, including four babies. One of them was a month old, and the others were between 1-2 weeks old. I know this post is photo-heavy, but how could it not be?
They were so tiny and precious, and they made the cutest, funniest little sounds. They spent a couple of days here and we were sad to see them go.
I plotted ways I could “kid”nap them (see what I did there?), but ultimately we had to say goodbye to them. If we lived out in the country I would have some goats for sure. I’m totally obsessed now.
If you live in the Atlanta area, be sure to contact Get Your Goat Rentals and rent these goats! (And then email me so I can come visit. I’m only half joking. Ok I’m not joking at all.)
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