Loose goat gets captured by law enforcement officials in Nebraska
Lake Charles, Louisiana
November 27, 2022 2:58pm CST
This story that comes from Lincoln Nebraska is kind of comical since a goat that got away from his owner three weeks ago managed to avoid being captured by law enforcement as well as wildlife officials for three weeks since according to the wildlife officials who learned about the brown and white goat reported missing on November 8 was seen on many occasions in the city area but since the wildlife officials only have two legs and a goat has four legs. the goat was able to outrun them. The goat was captured by four Lincoln Animal Control officer on Wednesday November 23 when the goat managed to climb on the girders underneath a bridge which made it easy for four animal control officers to take the loose goat into the Capital Humane Society. The wildlife officials are trying to reunite the goat with his owner as soon as possible. I am sure that the wildlife officials will use social media to locate the owner of the goat.
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• San Jose, California
@Deepizzaguy In my area, goats are used to keep wild brush and grasses at a manageable level to reduce wildfire risks. A couple of years ago, some of these goats broke through a fence near where they were "working" and roamed the streets until they could be collected.
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