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Re: Quick question here... How many goats does everyone have? & why do we have this addiction to goats?
In Reply to: Re: Quick question here... How many goats does everyone have? & why do we have this addiction to goats? posted by Shirley Mcguire on June 10, 2001 at 20:52:58:
We've got four individually fed- bottle babies... We just started out with them 8 wks ago. I just love those little "dumplin's". Our youngest two are twins and they have lost that baby look this week :o(
They answer when you call their names, they come when called, and love to climb up into in your arms and chew that cud. Do they keep that up after they are full grown? I mean- do they realise that they are big, or do they still think of themselves as babies that need bottles and cuddles on your lap? Right now, I don't care.. I am (((seriously))) hooked on goats. I think of them as my alternative to horses. The act as sweet if not sweeter than my horses did- and smell just like them,(yeah! I missed that scent for 20 yrs!) but are easier to clean up after too!
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