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Friday, November 10, 2006

Fainting Goats

This is probably old news, but it's new to me...and it's hilarious. Looks like it's legit too.

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Blogger Heather said...

Stupid goats fainting and all. Sheesh!

6:59 PM

 
Anonymous SueK (my SIL's page below) said...

LOL.. My SIL raises them.. and yes they do look pretty cute when they "faint" but they don't really faint, it's a stiffening of the muscles due to a chemical in the brain.. but it looks like they are running and then just flip over.. stay there for a few minutes get up like .. hey what happened?

She does goat stuff on t-shirts and things.. and made a cute Christmas card with a fainter on it's back holding up a package- I didn't believe it either until I visited her and saw them myself..
Pretty cute huh?
http://www.cafepress.com/getyergoat.80683538

Theyhave associations for these cute critters.. Like they are registered like fancy dogs and that. Some of them cost anywhere between $200 and $800 each..
Well I just thought it was funny to see someone not be sure if they were real or not. I get google alerts on goats so anything that is posted to google I get it mailed to me- thinking of getting some myself someday

Have a great one.
Sue

9:26 PM

 

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