Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Fiona is an American Lamancha goat. Lamancha goats are normally bred as dairy goats because they have such rich butter fat in their milk. One characteristic of the breed is the small elfin-size ears.
Another common characteristic of these goats is their friendly nature and eagerness to be in the middle of it all. Fiona is no exception. Right from the beginning, Fiona was inquisitive by nature. She rushes forward to peer at every guest, investigate every noise, and she even tries to find her way out of her enclosure at every opportunity!
But what endears Fiona to visitors and caretakers alike is her sweet disposition and pet-like nature.
If you haven't been by lately to visit, stop by soon; Fiona misses you.
Posted by Ms. Tina Marie Perry at 11:30 AM