What is it about goats? Goats. They are just such interesting animals. Goats are known for their lively and frisky and erratic behavior. It is believed that goats discovered the coffee bean. Goats have rectangular eyes so that they can see well in the dark. Wild goats don’t sleep. The proper name for a group of goats is a trip — not a herd.
Goats express so much with their faces, their voices, and their antics. People refer to a willy-nilly and unmanageable situation as a goat rodeo. When I see a video of a goat being a goat, I don’t see chaos. I see Par-tay!! Were I to have a piece of land that would allow for a happy goat habitat, I would invite a small trip to come and party.
There is something about animals that tug at our heart strings in ways that humans cannot. When we see a roly-poly puppy at the park, we drop our defenses. When we see a little kitten pogo-hopping across the floor, we say, “Awwww!” When I see a goat, I crack up. Goats are just so comical. There is something majestic and regal about having the power to be so funny. Anything or anyone that can make me laugh out loud has my utmost respect. It’s not easy being the jester for a human. It sometimes takes a lot for us let go and laugh out loud. Goats.