Her goat kids were friendly and adorable. She has brown kids with spots, black kids with moonspots, blue roan kids, black and tan kids, brown kids with white belts, and more. I've never seen so much color in one place. They roamed her front yard in small groups, came up to me to be petted, investigated the leaves and weeds, chased each other around. It was such fun to watch them.
One big spotted doe came over to me and laid her head in my lap, standing still as I scratched her chest and neck. She was so patient, and seemed to know that petting her for a bit was just what I needed.
We had a lovely afternoon. At the end of my visit we loaded up two of the kids in the crate in my truck, and I brought home Miss Mouse (now called "Felicity") and an as-yet-unnamed buck kid.
My new little herd is now complete; I promised hubby I'd keep it very small. Felicity is such a sweetheart; she's been a lap goat at her previous home, just like Phoenix was until she grew too big.
I love sitting out in my backyard and having kids jump over me and snuggle with me.