When it comes to adorable additions to the garden, I don’t kid around… Whether they’re screaming, doing yoga or learning to walk in a wheelchair for the first time, goats are hugely popular on the internet. But why are these mammals the new it thing? I can’t give you a definitive answer, but this selection of some of my favourites may just make you a goat lover. Be warned, they’re almost too cute to handle.

They're a little bit (or a lot) mischievous, just like human kids...

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And just as energetic!

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This one has found a great place to stand…

goat standing on woman
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And this one has found a Labrador to cuddle.

Baby goat and labrador
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Apparently baby goats look adorable in jumpers…

baby goat wearing jumper
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So here’s a second one.

goat in jumper
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And cute never goes out of style!

baby goat wearing sunglasses
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Here are a couple of best friends enjoying the garden.

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And these two having a chat by the fence.

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And if you’re still not convinced that goats are adorable, just look at Frostie the Snow Goat walking for the first time (accompanied by his piglet friend)!

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Or this little guy munching on a leaf.


baby goat eating leaf
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And last but not least, this group having a little afternoon nap...

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What's not to love?!

*Unless you’re truly committed to caring for a pet goat, and have the space to accommodate it, please stick to scanning for cute photos online!

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