Why You Want a Baby Goat (Cute Pictures Inside)

    Mother and baby goats recognize each others calls soon after they give birth. 

Image: Ben Maloney/Vision TimesGoats have excellent coordination and balance. 

Image: Ben Maloney/Vision TimesGoats are very curious animals they like to explore everything they come accross.

Image: Ben Maloney/Vision TimesGoats communicate with each other by bleating. Mothers protect their babies and keep them close. 

Image: Ben Maloney/Vision TimesGoats are very social animals, but unlike sheep they aren't flock oriented. 
Image: Ben Maloney/Vision TimesGoats eat almost anything and are great to use to clear weeds from the yard. 

Image: Ben Maloney/Vision Times

    Welcome to your daily distraction. Feeling a bit down? Work got you tried and stressed? Don’t worry I went to visit my friends baby goats recently and I brought back pictures to share.

    These Hawaiian kids are beyond cute, and put me in the perfect mood to start the weekend. Time to play.

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