Saturday, October 9, 2010

What Did The Publicist See....?

The publicist looked out her window and what did she see?
I will tell you!
Two goats in the neighbor's field!
That's what.

Mallory and Marion had somehow gotten out of the goat pen.
How did they do it?

Through a hole in the fence!
The chickens had made a wallow and they were going in the neighbors field and somehow Mallory managed to fit under too.


The publicist was NOT happy.
She yelled for Mallory and Marion to return.


Mallory skulked but did not come back.

They both looked further afield as if they were going to run away!
(Please, please, please! Mallory is a bullygoat!)
But they came back. 

Be sure to come back tomorrow when I will announce little No-Name's new name and the winner of my rich soap!


  1. Isn't it amazing how we goats can oooozle under a little spot? It sure has been the month for goat escapes! All that green grass would tempt me too. My lady says that it's too scary for me to keep trying to go for walks on my own but I won't go with that stupid halter-thing on my head.

  2. I just don't know why they don't like us browsing in the neighbors' yards. After all nobody else is enjoying all that grass or trees or flowers, so why shouldn't we?

    I bet if you tried really hard, Pricilla, you could fit through there too!

  3. sneaky little guys. i'm glad you got them home before they ate all that hay someone left in the field...

  4. You can never look away, Publicist, when there's greener grass on the other side of the fence! After all, who let the hole in the fence stay there? Huh? We do what we do...

    So glad they came back without much further work... My Alsation goats used to JUMP the fence, so I had to put extensions across the top to keep them in and it was a constant struggle to keep them mended... Come visit when you can...

  5. At least they used the buddy system and didn't go alone! We are very glad they knew to come back home though.


  6. Uh oh. They are very naughty goats--even if the neighbor's property needed some trimming. :)

  7. Uh-oh, Mallory and Marion were baaaaad goats!

  8. Those were very bad goats. The grass is always on the other side of the fence. Glad they finally came home. Have a great Sunday.


Maaaaaa away....


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