Stuffed Animals Details
** Stuffed Goat
** Tan Body, White Markings on Face, Embroidered Star on Head. Gray Horns and Hooves
** Made by Stuffed Ark
** 11 inch Long
“I’m a sheep! I’m a deer! No wait, I’m a cat! Meow!” Hush, you. Thankfully this goat isn’t a compulsive liar, but does compulsively lie (about). At 11 inches in length, this lazy bovine (meaning he is related to cattle, buffalo, water buffalo, sheep and antelopes) loves to laze about, that is, when he isn’t stuffing his face or exploring.
Goats are by their very natures, highly intelligent and inquisitive animals. They will tirelessly explore something that is unfamiliar to them. And if that thing happens to be the fence that keeps them penned in, well, let’s just say that you’ll be repairing the fence a lot, or making it taller and taller each time.
Did you know that there are over 300 species of goat? They’re all over the world, and the ones we know in the United States probably came from southwest Asia and eastern Europe. That’s quite a long way to travel, but since some breeds of goat are now kept as pets rather than for more traditional uses like milk and meat, it only increases our exposure to these delightful and friendly animals. Of course some goats can be perpetual grumposauruses, just like us. Unlike sheep, goats willingly face a threat, which means if you get one mad, you better be fast on your feet. Goats will ram and head butt each other In displays of dominance, but that’s also how they get rid of intruders.
This guy? We doubt you have much to worry about with this plush goat. He’s so comfy. With his tan and white coat, curved gray horns, and that unique star marking on his forehead, he makes a memorable addition to any plush barnyard.