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The Internet Has Fallen In Love With 200 Escaped Goats & The Dog Who Tried To Herd Them

The Internet Has Fallen In Love With 200 Escaped Goats & The Dog Who Tried To Herd Them

200 Escaped Goats Broke A Fence & Took Over The Streets Of California

While humans deal with self-isolation by baking sourdough and stress eating anything with sugar in it, the animals have been thriving. The latest animals to take full advantage of the chaos? A herd of 200 escaped goats who took over the streets in American suburbia.

Twitter user @zach_roelands shared a video of more than 200 escaped goats storming his street in San Jose, California. “I’m dead. When I got back from the store all the goats had broken through the fence and were recking havoc on our street,” he wrote in his post.

“This is the craziest thing to happen all quarantine,” he added.

And look, yeah. There are so many questions here that demand an answer. Why are there so many goats in this residential area? How did they get there? What’s the name of the dog who tries to round them up?

Roelands had a few answers, thank god.

After being asked “How many goats live on your street, man?” by another Twitter user, he replied: “None, they come by for 3 days a year to clear dead weeds off the hill behind our house.”

According to NBC Bay Area, the hill was cordoned off with electric fences, which one of the goats somehow tapped. That caused the boards on the fence to break, letting the goats run free.

People fell in love with the chaotic escaped goats, and the tweets were the best part.

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(Lead image: Zach Roelands / Twitter)

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