Escape!

Pam is such a nervous mom that after she had her kid I had to separate her from Bambi.  I had to separate her from all the other goats, so I put her in the Love Shack.

Pam and Maisie

The only problem is that her little girl, Maisie, flits about like a little bird.  She just hops through the fence like it isn’t even there.

This truly does not make her maa happy.

Maisie has been exploring all over the barnyard.

Luckily, the other goats have been very nice to her.

Maisie meeting Harley

Several times each day, I return her to Pam.

Pam is very appreciative.

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35 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Alica
    Mar 29, 2012 @ 21:47:06

    Maisie is so tiny! I’m sure her Mama appreciates your help!

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  2. Isaiah Jenkins
    Mar 29, 2012 @ 22:00:51

    She is adorable, are you keeping any this year?

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  3. Candy C.
    Mar 29, 2012 @ 22:05:39

    We finally had to put 18-inch tall chicken wire all around the inside of the goat pens to keep the babies from just walking right on through! It always amazes me that they can actually get through those little openings!
    I’m sure Pam really appreciates you returning her wayward little girl! :)

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    • Teresa
      Mar 29, 2012 @ 22:11:38

      Pam is so neurotic. She is calming down a bit, but if any other big goat comes near the fence, she tries fighting with them. Luckily Maisie ignores all the drama. :-)

      Reply

  4. TexWisGirl
    Mar 29, 2012 @ 22:16:49

    such a little scamp!

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  5. Pat
    Mar 29, 2012 @ 23:41:03

    Poor Pam! She must worry about her little wanderer. Maisie already has her own agenda.

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  6. Coloring Outside the Lines
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 05:16:50

    Oh to be young and carefree- not giving our parents any concern! Cute little kid!

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  7. Beth - Virginia
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 06:18:03

    such a little cutie. so sweet looking. awww!! (:

    Reply

  8. Janis
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 08:21:45

    Awww Maisey is too cute for words….even goats have drama!

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  9. Rose
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 11:28:58

    Oh, I can’t look at the fence for looking at Maisie…she is adorable.

    Reply

  10. Tayet
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 12:03:47

    I love Maisie’s fur pattern! Thanks for linking up.

    Reply

  11. Mimi Foxmorton
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 12:16:37

    I’d like to go to the Love Shack for a while…….. ;)

    What cutie-patooties! xo

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  12. Marie
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 13:20:45

    That little kid is just TOO CUTE! I know the fence may not keep her out, and she’ll be shocked one day to learn she is too big to get through! Great photos!

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    • Teresa
      Mar 30, 2012 @ 13:48:45

      It’s always a sad day for them when they get too big to go to those forbidden places. :-) She has quite a while before she gets too big though.

      Reply

  13. Marigold and the Goatmother
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 17:15:29

    Those kids! Always gotta’ do things on their own … pushing the envelope. :)

    Reply

  14. mountain mama
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 18:18:08

    ahh…this makes me miss our mountain goats!!!

    Reply

  15. Roan
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 18:46:46

    Cute! That was a fun series of shots.

    Reply

  16. Texan
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 19:15:39

    oh its the little ones that are just way hard to keep up! LOL I dont know when I will be able to let skittles out of the barn he so would do the same thing yours is doing LOL.. right through the fence he would go ROFL..

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  17. Carletta
    Mar 31, 2012 @ 00:28:29

    Sweet post! She is a cutie!

    Reply

  18. Jen
    Apr 03, 2012 @ 06:30:41

    Lil Stinker, lol

    Reply

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