Welcome my friends to SPOTLIGHT THURSDAY. This is the time that I will introduce you to one of my fellow anipals so you can get to know them better. Some of them, you may already know. We hope that you enjoy this series!
❤ Rocky and Bullwinkle are Facebook friends. They will be checking in throughout the day to answer any comments/questions. Let’s welcome them ❤
Age: One years young
Location: Cumming, Georgia
Web/Blog Page: Facebook – Rocky and Bullwinkle
What were your first thoughts when you met your new parents? Our dad was scary at first. He had to chase us to get us in the crate. We ran away but eventually he caught us. He was very nice but it was scary being placed in the back of the truck. When we got to our new home, we met our mommy who was very beautiful ❤ and she was so nice to us. We knew right away our mommy really loved us.
What was the defining moment when you knew you were in your forever home? After finishing our job of eating all of the ivy and brush, we knew they fell in love with us and built us a house. And our new fur mom Sierra loved us a lot.
What has been your biggest “Oh no, now I’ve done it” moment so far in your home? Rocky here. My big no-no was good. I escaped out of the fence. That’s bad enough but wait for it. I then ate mom’s favorite plant. Okay yeah that was definitely bad but wait for it. I then jumped on the table outside and pooped on it. Yeah, and they still kept me. If nothing shows love, that does. Bullwinkle here. My big no-no wasn’t as bad as Rocky’s – trust me on that. The worst I do is maybe scream and maybe complain when I’m hungry. But don’t you complain when you’re hungry?
Who do you have wrapped around your paws more – mom or dad – and why? Rocky here. I’m like dad. People actually call us two peas in a pod and say that me and dad think the same and act crazy. Bullwinkle here. I’m very close to mom. We love each very much!
What’s the biggest misconception that humans think about you? People think us goats eat tin cans – we don’t even like the taste! Actually we are very intelligent and we put things in/out of our mouths because that’s how we find out what things are like – you know like how dogs smell things. And if anyone gets a goat, we need to come in pairs. We don’t do well without a friend. And let me tell you, a lonely goat is a bad goat. And we are very loving. We can act like big goofy dogs.♥
Hope you enjoyed meeting my friend – check back next week for another Spotlight edition!