Herd of stray goats makes their way through a Georgia village
The goats, who belonged to Get Your Goats, were hired to clear vegetation from outside a Kroger store in Buckhead, but they escaped from the electric fence that was keeping them contained, according to the Atlanta Police Department.
About 40 goats, as well as three Great Pyrenes herding dogs, escaped from the fence, according to the owner of Getting Your Goats.
The roaming herd grazed beside the Rooms to go furniture shop as they made their way through the area.
Cam Ashling, the proprietor of the Buckhead Goats Farmhouse, a neighboring business that rents out a “goat mansion” on Airbnb, helped authorities collect up the stray goats.
She told the media, “If you get a couple of them to go, the rest will follow.”
The goats were picked up for transport back to Get Your Goats when Animal Control officials arrived on the scene with an animal transport truck.
Company offers immortality freezing as a service
After offers to freeze corpses that may be revived later, the US...
Indian woman at the age of 70 gives birth through IVF
At the age of 70, Jiveben Valabhair Rabari gave birth to her...
Watch: Astronauts gain three inches height during space missions
During space missions, astronauts can gain three inches in height, but they...
Florida: Dog rescued by police from a canal
A dog that had fallen into a canal and was unable to...
Rookie year sneakers of Michael Jordan sell for record $1.47M
At a Las Vegas auction, a pair of Nike sneakers worn by...