In Wales, lockdown means one thing – goats run the town. Well, maybe not quite that dramatic, but the curious hooved cuties have decided to follow their curiosity all the way into Llandudno’s streets and gardens. Residents generally see mountain goats on the outskirts of town, but now that things are quiet, the wild shaggy ones are taking over.
These Kashmiri Goats living on the Great Orme have used the lockdown period as an all-you-can-eat buffet. The hungry goats roam the town, feasting on flowers and foraging on hedges. Not even the police can shoo these animals away, with the herd returning over and over again until they decided they were done with their feast. Politely, the group of full, happy goats headed home.
The coastal town of Llandudno in Wales ended up so empty during the coronavirus lockdown that this herd of Kashmiri Goats got to explore the temporary ghost town. The curious mountain goats were utterly adorable in their quest into town, with nothing deterring them from finally discovering the details of the area that they once only surrounded.