Saturday, January 19, 2013

Exiled!

The time has come.
The boys have been permanently exiled to the garden.



It's true!
And to maaaa you the truth it's a relief.
They were always sniffing around in places I don't want sniffed.
I am a modest doe and I don't want to always walk around with my tail down if you know what I mean.



Since their banding didn't go as expected and they are old enough to be weaned from their nanny they now have a pen to themselves.
The publicist moved a goat house in their for them and they have hay and water and grain.



What more could little goats want?
OK - maybe their nanny but they would have to be weaned SOMETIME and they ARE 4 months old now.

They are learning to adjust.

18 comments:

  1. Poor little guys - I feel kind of bad for them.

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  2. Ahh....the modest doe.
    Sounds like a good name for a goat-ucation help book....... lol

    Poor willies......they know not what they are sniffing.........

    :)

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  3. Oh the pains of growing up. Sounds like you have it pretty darn good in there you two boys.At least you have each other.

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  4. everyone has to grow up sometimes boys.....you will be fine :)

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  5. uh oh..is there a lot of sad maaaaing going on?

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  6. Weaning is hard business. But they'll be fine!

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  7. They must be in that awkward phase where boys turn into men. Poor things.

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  8. time to grow up, boys. time for some hard knocks to begin.

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  9. At least you boys can maaaaaaa your troubles to each other. :)

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  10. Yes, the human is always telling us that everyone has to be weaned eventually and nobody has died from it yet. Buck up and quit maaaing about it.

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  11. Kitties are lucky we guess...some of us STILL nurse on Mommy in "sanctioned" areas.

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  12. They sure are cute! They also look like wee troublemakers! hee hee

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  13. If the banding didn't work, can't you neuter then another way?

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  14. Poor boys have to leave all the does and be by themselves. That's not fun but we hope it all goes well!

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  15. They say that growing up is hard to do!

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  16. Awww...they may be growing up, but they are STILL adorable kids.
    ; ) Katie & Glogirly

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  17. They are very sweet looking boys. But it sounds like they are getting grown-up ideas and the Ladies need their privacy. There are two of them--they can whine and cry to each other and let the Ladies have some peace.

    Uh, banding....is that anything like tutoring? Just wondering.

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  18. Oh, poor guys. I hope they are not crying in there!

    Will they be staying at Happy Goats Farm?

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Maaaaaa away....

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