Smiling Goats: Say (Goat) Cheeeeeese!

One of the reasons many people love goats is because they looks like they’re always smiling.

I have to admit, whenever I’m feeling stressed, sad, upset, or otherwise blah, it’s pretty hard to stay in that mood when I have smiling goat faces staring back at me.

Say (goat) cheeeeeese! Or, I guess formaaaaaaaaggio since we’re in Italy:

Yes, this is what you get from two smart ass goats when you tell them to smile pretty for Maaaaaa.

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7 Responses to “Smiling Goats: Say (Goat) Cheeeeeese!”
  1. Beth

    Goat therapy – sign me up! But since when is little Pinta so big?!!

    I *know*! I don’t know where my little furball has gone!


  2. Kimberly

    They are both so precious!

    Thank you Kimberly!


  3. 06.08.2010

    Beautiful goaties! Goats are the best therapy,after all who could be sad after a visit to the goat pen!

    Thanks Melodie 🙂


  4. 06.09.2010

    Ha ha! Looks like they love the camera!

    They’re real hams 😉


  5. 06.09.2010

    Awe Michelle….they are so sweet and love their coloring! I wonder if in their goaty dream if our babies visit your babies….he he!

    Haha, I wouldn’t doubt it! I bet Pinta definitely dreams of Sammie….


  6. 06.10.2010

    Ahhh, I love the smiles. They are truly photogenic.

    Thanks Teresa. There are some days when they won’t hold still(ish) for a photo, so I have to take advantage when I can!


  7. 06.22.2010

    How did you ever get them to remain laying down. If I say smile for the camera mine are right next to the lens trying to kiss it and all I get is their noses. That’s where my telephoto lens comes in. I stand where they can’t get at me.LOL

    Hah, actually they’re standing up; Pasqualina was munching on some hay (you can see a little bit in her mouth if you look closely) and for some reason Pinta was on the other side of her looking all cute. The photo is a little blurry, but it’s definitely the best I could do under the circumstances!


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