Posted on 19. Jan, 2010 by Lorenz Gude in Casual
Goats can be pesky to downright aggressive, but these weren’t. I think because Amy is very good at caring for them. They really were as contented as cows but, as you can see, they have a keen sense of humor.
19. Jan, 2010
Oh what beauties they are Lorenz! It is revoltingly hot in Perth at the moment, about 42degrees(higher upstairs at work) but as soon as i looked at your goats Lumiere i felt heaps better!I love them all especially the cheeky one close to the camera who shakes his head and tail at the viewer.Amy looks like she loves them and has a strong connection to them,they look at her and she speaks to them,they follow her about.(if that is Amy in the gray sweatshirt) The little black one at the back just watches all the fun.I just want to hug them! Thanks Lorenz!
Amy is the lady in jeans and she does love them. They were accepting of petting and didn’t show much aggression or tendency to have a go when we aproached them. At the same time they wee mostly intent on thier own goaty business – mostly thay -and indifferent to human interaction – much like certain cows. I’m not sure many would respond to hugs, but you usually can make a pet out of one. The lady in dark gray at the beginning is Barbara.
25. Jan, 2010
Yikes! Apologies to Amy and Barbara.
26. Jan, 2010
No need to apologise – one of the advantages of meatworks is that it is a pretty private blog. And it was me who didn’t identiy the people in the pictures. I am getting to like the idea of a semi private blog where I post anything I want and friends and family comment, and then a more public one like thepencilofnature.net which would be for mor public consumption.
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