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In Reply to: Re: new at goats! posted by Anna on August 19, 2001 at 18:01:06:
Goats are herd animals,and they do need companionship, For now, his companions are people,but you might not appreciate it when the goat starts to jump around on everything that you own,and, eventually will have to spend more time in its own quarters-alone. I'm a great advocate for getting goats a companion of their own kind so they can play all the little games that they are supposed to play with each other. They'll do alright alone, but so would any of us if we really had to--and isn't it nice to have friends/family around when we want companionship?
Incidentally, a friend of mine had to have one of the little goat kids in her house temporarily and came up with the idea to use Pampers/Huggies,etc-cutting a hole for the tail so the diaper wouldn't slide off!
Good luck, and please keep us posted.
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