Saturday, October 27, 2018

Goats from Neighborhood

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Goats are regular visitors into our area from the neighbourhood, where they are reared by some and these goats are often found on roads searching for foods at garbage bins and shrubs that are available at neighbours’ houses. During our stay at the backstreet here they rarely come in search of food but after shifted to the main street I see them often, mainly in front (opposite) to our house, where they enjoy munching on the leaves and fruits of the Portia tree, which aka Indian tulip tree or Poovarasu in Tamil. I can do a post on it later. Sometime the goats even climb on the parked bikes when the leaves are beyond their reach. Today I saw a group of goats, mostly young ones, munching on the leftover vegetables, from a basket placed by the veg shop owner next to our house and I just captured it (from the balcony) to share with SaturdayCritters.

Goats from neighbourhood

14 comments:

Sandi said...

Cute goats! :)

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I think the goats are cute critters. I hope they are being fed regularly. Great photos! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your day and weekend.

Anu said...

Hello! I like these photos. Lovely animals.

KB said...

They are soooooo cute

Destination Infinity said...

Super :)

Destination Infinity

bill burke said...

The goats are very curious and cute. Nice pics!

carol l mckenna said...

Great photos Jeevan of the sweet goats ~ what a life ~

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Adam Jones said...

Those are some cheeky and cute looking goats.

Nancy Chan said...

The goats look well fed.

Angie said...

Goats are very resourceful! Visiting from Saturday's Critters.

Uppal said...

Well captured!

GreenComotion said...

Beautiful babies!

GreenComotion said...

And, a lovely, older bicycle!!

L. D. said...

I know the cows can roam free but goats would be fun to watch as they are so alive.