Whether dogs, cats or goats, our four-legged friends share one key trait in common: they are all adorable. That was especially true of the 34 goat babies at Sweet Farm Creamery.
The little ones at the farm ranged from just two days old to three weeks old. And all of them were full of joy as they played at the farm with one another.
To give the baby goats something to play on, workers at Sweet Farm Creamery set up a pyramid of pine shavings bags, and the baby goats seemed enthralled by their little structure.
When they were not playing “goat of the hill” and jostling for a spot at the top of the pyramid, they were performing the baby goat equivalent of parkour or freerunning.
If their bleating and tiny faces were not adorable enough, their flailing legs as they leaped off the pine shavings pyramid certainly were. But the baby goats did not need the pyramid to have fun.
All the goat kids needed was each other. In the barn and outside, the baby goats leaped over each other, hopped around and bumped into one another like fluffy bumper carts.
But even baby goats have to settle down sometime. When they were done playing, all the little ones relaxed and showed that they napped just as seriously as they played.