This will show my ignorance. We rescued a goat, or is it a sheep??? We actually think and were told that it is a sheep, or would that be a ram??? I know it isn't a horse for sure .Last Friday and Saturday I received numerous phone calls about a "goat" on Highway 44. For those of you who are not familiar with this highway, the average speeds are 50-65 mph. It is definitely not a good place for a goat.
So off we went, looking for the invisible goat. We chased that invisible goat 3 or 4 times, after receiving different visitors telling us about it, and more phone calls. Hmmmmmmmmmm wonder why they are calling me?? (cuz I'm one of the town suckers. ha ha) Oh that's right, we are equine rescue and MORE. :)
Finally yesterday, one of our neighbors called and they actually had the little stinker. They indicated that they think he is actually a "sheep". Whatever he is, he was wild and doing flips and crashing onto the ground as they were pulling/leading him out to our trailer. He was extremely wild and very scared. Definitely not an easy lead.
So we brought him home and put him with our goat, Buddy, in the barn. We loved on him a little bit, and he seems much more settled today. It will definitely take some time to calm him though, unless, oh that's a thought, his owner would like him back???? He is intact, and quite cute. He is smaller than DaBubbles and can jump the moon.
So please, if you know who is missing him, please let them know that he is at Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang, Equine Rescue & yes, MORE! If no one claims him, we would have to "un-intact him", and I would hate to do that if he is someone's pride and joy for breeding.
Call us at 530 474 5197 or 530 339 1458 if you have any info on this little guy. He is so cute and I am sure someone is missing him.