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Baby goat in trouble 
2nd-Sep-2015 09:49 pm
If a baby goat is still screaming loud enough to be heard in the driveway, it isn't in so much trouble that it's dying *immediately*.

... No matter how many times I tell myself this, every time is still an emergency.

Misty had her head caught between the gate to the garden and the gatepost, on the hinge side, naturally. Frustrated adrenalin was insufficient for me to get the gate off of the hinges. Instead, I had to lift her body up, push her head down, and align her smack against the fence, then she did the rest. She is totally fine. She isn't even wet. She either burned off the rain or got caught after the rainstorm passed.
3rd-Sep-2015 02:18 am (UTC)
Poor baby goat! I'm sure it was scary.
3rd-Sep-2015 03:05 pm (UTC)
It's a bit amusing how indignant the baby goats get when they are freed. As soon as they get some mommy reassurance, they start glaring at me as though their predicament was my fault somehow.
3rd-Sep-2015 10:15 am (UTC)
There are some screams of G's that when they go off it takes every ounce of effort not to kick the adrenaline and go running. So I totally get your "It is an emergency!"
3rd-Sep-2015 03:07 pm (UTC)
I used to go tearing off to the pasture at a dead run. Now, sometimes, I'll have the self control to change my shoes and get gloves first.
4th-Sep-2015 02:51 am (UTC)
And I usually remember to throw on shorts when Gwen wakes me up by screaming in the night.
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