She looked a lot like Booger to me, but so much smaller. In fact, she's smaller than Princess. She was obviously well loved because she let us pet her and has been trained to jump up on the milkstand already. Vi is almost a year old and she's due to kid May 29. We bought her, of course. Who could resist such a sweet little lady?
|Alfalfa for breakfast.|
Then we took her in with the other does. We kept Tsica separated since her nickname is Ms. Bossy and she likes to throw her weight around and prove to all the other goats that she's the biggest, strongest, most food eating-est goat around and that no human is allowed to pet anyone but her because she's the cutest--she is--she is! *goat hoof stomps in background*.
Vi hung out with the babies, Vanilla and Canella for a while. Before we headed home, we switched her out and let her be with the other Nigerian Dwarfs. She's still a tad out of place today, but has no qualms about throwing her (little) weight and horns around if anyone gets too close for comfort.
|Queen of the Cube|
The family that had her kept their chickens with their goats--and hubs thought that was a very good idea indeed. I was given clearance to get more chickens...which of course, I promptly did.