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December 06, 2012


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Lynda M Otvos

Goats are strange sounding animals, CatCat asked me to tell you.

She met some on the street around the corner and she didn't care for the smell, the bleating or the size of the goats.

Wondering what on earth they are good for, she came home and curled up on the keyboard shelf of my desk and went to sleep.

Happy Winter to you !~!

Amanda Socci

Very cute! I would like to know more about this place. Is it a goat farm? Goats for sale? Did Kiril get a chance to call the owners to ask them some questions?


With no phone number near the sign Daddy said he wasn't about to go knocking on a door of a property that looked half abandoned! :-D


Daddy is wise, never know what he might meet. The goats may have taken over the place.:D

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