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    • 2013/03/01
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      Alli, definitely unusual.
      My best guess, the owner was on-call and had just picked up the goat
      Decided to just bring him along. Why else would you drive around with a goat?
      :-/ *laugh*

  1. 2013/02/04
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    haha that’s hilarious, what a strange place where you work. I hope they found the owner in the meantime

    • 2013/02/04
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      Freya, One of those days where you head off (begrudgingly, I admit) on one errand and end up with an unexpected experience.
      I guess goats are capable of loneliness too. :-/
      Still don’t know which employee owns the goat.
      Maybe that’s suppose to remain a mystery?

    • 2013/02/02
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      Callie, you are so right! Wacky – I’m just so glad it wasn’t a human making that sound as I first feared.
      And what about that fish skeleton? Just a crazy bunch of animals all around, huh?

    • 2013/02/01
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      Ha! Ali, you said it – nuts!
      I’m in higher education but this is TX – having said that, I’m surprised it was in a crate
      and not just tied to a fence post. *laugh*

  2. 2013/01/31
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    The question is… who owned the goat?! Who takes a goat to work?

    • 2013/01/31
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      Haven’t yet discovered it’s “daddy”
      We’re closed btwn xmas and ny-day so it was someone on-call
      that fact should reduce the list of potential “parentage” but… :-/ No one is owning up to it.

  3. Hilarious…before I got to the end and saw the picture I thought “Wow, that’s a weird looking dog.”

    • 2013/01/31
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      Me too! *laugh* it was an odd encounter.
      Still haven’t figured out who the “daddy” is. :-/

    • 2013/01/29
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      It really was a sweet creature that was unhappy on its own.
      I’ve shown his photos to coworkers – no ID as yet. Goat-doe for now. :-/

      • 2013/01/28
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        I have not seen Night on Earth – but on your recommendation I shall hunt it out.

        :-)

    • 2013/01/28
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      You know David, it was so docile while I was visiting with it – I truly think it just didn’t want to be alone.

    • 2013/01/28
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      Mmmmwwwwaaahhh! If it moves, kill it, cook it, serve it! Jeff, am I close? *laugh*

      • Are you close? Let’s just say “you are on fire” . You know what they say, we will eat anything on fours except the table…

    • 2013/01/28
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      Doesn’t he? I did consider liberating it, but the what would I do back at the apartment? *Laugh*

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