Mamma and Baby Goat at Play

As those of you who have goats know, watching them play can provide hours of entertainment.

For me, there’s something especially adorable about seeing Pasqualina and Pinta start to play like peers, especially since I so clearly remember Pasqualina being the size of Pinta last year at this time. They grow so fast! Can someone please stop that?!

Here are some photos from a recent play session of Mamma and baby goat:


And it all ends with a kiss:


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5 Responses to “Mamma and Baby Goat at Play”
  1. 06.14.2010

    Awe, so sweet! You brought tears to my eyes with these darling babies….so adorable!

    Glad you enjoyed Pam!


  2. 06.14.2010

    So cute! They remind me of my own two.

    What a great compliment; thanks Leigh!


  3. 06.15.2010

    I agree with you…tell that Pinta to stop growing this very minute. I love those sweet goats.

    She won’t listen to me! I mean, she looks at me with those eyes that says she understands, and then I turn around and she’s bigger again! Mah.


  4. 06.16.2010

    They are so fun to watch. My son warned me that Minnie was picking on a little goat, but she was just playing with her grandkid! I love your picture of the kiss at the end.

    Haha, love the generational play! Too funny 🙂


  5. Shanster

    Those ears … they are so expressive! Such beauties!

    Thank you Shanster; you really *can* tell a lot from their ears. Amazing creatures <3


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