I don't know the answer. My sister has the same problem!
Even when they're 7 years old and weigh close to 250 pounds ... they can still look at you with the "I just want to crawl into your lap and snuggle" expression on their face! Just like when they were little boys taking their bottle. I just wish they didn't stink so much! I don't mind the smell ... but when I come into the house smelling like them ... I'm told that I stink and need a shower!
They stink?!?! Huh that could be why people look at me funny!! Lol J/K They are so cute just like little boys and then get big and stinky... I guess every baby has to grow up....
So adorable! Kinda cheeky looking fella too, huh?~SilverReflections
He'll always be your baby!Fern and Blossom say he was one cute baby, but now he's hairy under the chin and that tongue is curly. But they can understand why you love him so much. The girls loved their chicks, and they still snuggle with the hens and even the rooster. Heavens!
He definatly looks like a teenager now in his 'punk' phase. lol
Ha Ha! I don't have a goat but I have Daisy Lu and she went from a sweet little fluff to a messy hair ball in no time!!! Her nickname is sometime "licky face"!!! hahaha
Thanks for visiting - I see we have some things in common "Animals" -- I don't have a goat I've always wanted one but haven't gotten that done yet....I grew up on a hog farm - so stink what is that!!! Ha... Happy Holidays.
He is a cutie! Those bottle babies are hard to resist, even when they are grown.
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Hi Sandy! thanks for visiting my blog recently. You asked me about my greyhound. He is my 3rd rescued greyhound and I have fostered several others from the track. They are super, super dogs. Of the three, they all have their own personalities. The two that used to be mine (end of relationship, dogs stayed with "dad") are actually staying with me right now because "dad" is away in France for 3 weeks. My dog is the litter mate of one of them. Even so, they are quite different from each other. Common traits are: laziness, mellow personality, very little barking, playful but in short bursts. Differences are their levels of comfort with being not in the same room I am in, food preferences and ability to play with toys. Track dogs don't know what toys are, and some don't ever really learn. My advice to you would be to get a dog that has been fostered for a while so that the foster family can tell you more about the dog's personality traits, and you can decide if that's right for you. Some are cat safe, others are not. Ensure that is checked before you intro one to Jag. I don't recommend rabbit introductions! Anytime you have questions, let me know and I'd be glad to chat with you about my favourite hounds! (patentgarden (at) gmail (dot) com)
I have four big goats and they still act like babies. Once you feed them with a bottle they're your "babies" forever. Yes! You have to have goats to know this.