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Lewis & Clark

These guys are completely settled in on the farm.

Just a few things I love about them:
I love that they are always overjoyed to see me.
I love that they run for cover at the slightest rain drop (like me).
I love the matching white patches on their heads.
I love Lewis' one white leg.
I love their fat bellies!


We let them out daily to roam the yard and explore. 
I love jingle of the bells on their bandana "cat" collars as they bound around.


And I love that they will follow you to the end of the earth if you have animal crackers in your pocket.

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  1. What's not to love?! Yep...goats are next on my wish list! -Mary

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  2. {Sigh....} They ARE cute! Can't wait for my own... MAYBE this week!!

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  3. I've always loved goats. They always seem to have a smile. Those are really cuties. I've heard they're big fans of Ritz crackers too.

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  4. They are so cute! (And so are you ;)

    I love their names too...

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  6. I wonder if Nabisco realizes the wide appeal of their animal crackers in the animal world? One of my friends has Haflingers that will do just about anything for an animal cracker!

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  7. You are so lucky to have so many lovely animals. I adore goats. It has alway been my dream to have a herd and make cheese. Maybe one day...sigh!

    Have a lovely day, they are adorable.
    Sue

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  8. Putting cat collar bells on goats sounds like a great idea. Thanks.

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