We love our goats here on the farm. In fact, we love them so much, that we thought they would make great art pieces on the wall. Therefore, we share with you these simple instructions on how to glue your goat to the wall for an interesting art piece. Of course, it is recommended that you place a bucket below the goat during the time that you have it mounted on the wall, in case it decides to relieve itself. Also, we recommend mounting a feeding/watering cup beside your goat, because of course it is a living art piece.
Step 1. Select most artistic goat from herd.
Step 2. Approach goat with treats. Goats are always interested in treats and are much more liable to approach you when you are luring them with said treats.
Step 3. Firmly but gently grasp your goat and lead it inside.
Step 3b (optional). Wash goat to make it smell nice. (see previous post on how to give a goat a bath).
Step 4. Invert goat onto its back. It is best to have a helper for this stage.
Step 5. Apply generous amount of crazy glue to each hoof.
Step 6. Carefully position goat upon wall in most artistic way possible.
Step 7. Hold goat in position for several hours. Crazy glue is fast, but not that fast.
Step 8. Step back and admire your handiwork. Well done!
Okay, seriously everybody, this is a PARODY! No goats were harmed in the making of this blog. Please don't call PETA, we do not glue goats to the wall...
It just so happens, Puffin the goat is an acrobat. She just loves to bounce off the walls of her pen. Here she goes again, this time with the head twist so she can see where she's going to land. (Incidentally, do you have any idea how long it took for me to get these pictures? I had to take so many shots before I got these....)
Puffin is inside with Stuffin right now (they're sisters) because we thought Stuffin would like some company in her late pregnancy.
Speaking of Stuffin, see the baby bump? We don't know when she is due, but it must be soon!
Stuffin and Puffin also have Disston keeping them company right now, as he learns the ropes on the farm. Puffin thinks it is fun to pat his bottom...
and to scratch her head on his tail feathers.
Yes, we have an odd, acrobatic goat, but we love her!