So many pets. So many that have been dogs. Well, it seems that there is a new, upcoming favorite on the horizon... Yes, believe it or not, it's the GOAT!! Now, before you give the eyeroll and chuckle to yourself... Read on.
First, the goat has been studied and has shown that it can interact and communicate with humans. There are even some domesticated goats. Whether they are kept indoors, I do not know. Haha. My guess is that they have a nice, cozy pen and sleep inside a barn or sheltered area. = ) How do they communicate, you ask?
So, you aren't into a vocal pet. And don't need your pet screaming for attention. (It could sound like a haunted house) Maybe you have a few noisy children in your household already... Well, then, the goat might not be for you. = )
But, here is a "tippet" in favor of the goat as your next best friend.
They are excellent "pruners" for your back cast!!!
Goats are considered to be an ecological, cost-effective way to keep weed growth to a minimum. And in my case, they can take care of those tall bushes and trees that hamper my back cast. No more flies getting snagged in whatever is behind you. Just bring your new, best friend. The goat.
Disclaimer: It is best to keep your goat in a fenced yard, so they might not prune your neighbors bushes. =)
Thank you for this. They sure could be great pruners... But that "goats yelling like humans" you tube stuff is some of the funniest of funny on the interwebs!ReplyDelete
Of course, this post was made with tongue in cheek! Although. The goat who showed up behind me while fishing proved to be useful for my back cast as well as a story. Ha!Delete
I love a funny blog post now and then. Thanks for making my morning. The video is a hoot! One of them reminded me of my Mother-In-Law!!ReplyDelete
Hope Howard sees this. He will be getting a goat to take along with him for sure.......
Mel ~ I'm not going there. Haha. Now, for Howard. Yes, he could use a new pet. And he is always complaining about tangled lines. Might as well bring a tree trimmer with him! =)Delete
How true about the goat eating all the bushes and improving your back cast, but also, they eat EVERYTHING including poison Oak. How good is that?ReplyDelete
Mark ~ I don't know how an animal can eat most everything like you say... They must have iron stomachs! Hmmm... Maybe that is why they "scream" all the time!!! HahahahahaDelete
I've got an old goat, I call him Mel. Nuff said.ReplyDelete