57 comments

Nickihermes Celine
Past Member 4 years ago

adorable,thank you for sharing 12/7

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Melania Padilla
Melania P4 years ago

Ja thanks, sharing!

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Carrie Anne Brown

cute :) thanks for sharing :)

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Sheri P.
Sheri P4 years ago

awwww, precious!

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Michele Wilkinson

So cute

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Jane H.
Jane H4 years ago

Darling babies...

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Olivia S.
Past Member 4 years ago

Thanks. There isn't much if anything than can top baby goats on the cuteness scale.

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Deborah D.
Deborah D4 years ago

Very sweet little (pygmy?) goats! I love the one who knelt as his buddy was moving to get off the teeter - he seemed to know the ground was gonna 'rise'.

They get into and out of so many bizarre spots...

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Vicky P.
Vicky P4 years ago

awww so cute

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Yvette T.
Past Member 4 years ago

Wow! I bought a little wooden toy for my tiny son in 1995 or 96, carved by a Russian man, of two goats on a see saw. The toy moves back and forth when you push a spot. Also, the last thing I read last night before turning out the light was about a woman in the late 60s and early 70s learning all about building a home in CO on a commune, and when three baby goats were not moving on the morning they were born in the barn, a neighboring farmer who had never before visited happened to drive up and explain to her that she needed to get those kids into a box, carry them into the warm kitchen and place on her wood burning stove door. They were saved and began to spring about. This story in the autobiography also made me remember staying in CO for two months with another woman who the author mentioned in this same autobiography, only, I met the woman in the early 80s, and the same thing happened there. She had to bring in a newborn baby goat and put it by the wood burning stove to warm her up and bring her to life.

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