|Petunia aka Matilda-Cow|
He was having second thoughts as we were driving because in the whole preliminary 'deciding to have some goats' process, we've seen some bad things: mistreated, sick looking animals that wanted nothing to do with people.
We had to take a little winding dirt road out to a remote property where we met with the lady and immediately, we were at ease. She had a lot of goats spread over a large section of fenced area, two Great Pyranese guard dogs, three cows, a huge Boer buck and everything was clean and well cared for. The goats hurried up to the fence to meet us and the kids.
|Tsica sleeping with her head in my lap.|
So here's the deal. Matilda-Cow had two baby does that had recently been weaned, but Hubs thought maybe they shouldn't be parted from their mom just yet so he asked if we could buy them as well. And so, two goats became four. Thank goodness we brought an extra large dog crate with us.
|The two adorable baby does Canella and Vanilla.|
They are Matilda-Cow's daughters.
Our only concern is if Mojo will be able to perform his manly duties when the time comes. He may need a step-stool...