Baby goat leaps all over the place. But the most hillarious moment comes at the end

Rebelander Basilan
Apr 12, 2018
05:27 A.M.
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Baby animals are truly a source of joy for many people.


As reported by We Love Animals, a video of baby goats jumping has gone viral because of their sheer cuteness.

Cute baby animals make many people happy around the world. Whether it's a puppy or a kitten, they always end up being cuddled by their human friends.

Farm animal babies are also sweet and this footage that captures the baby goats and their hysterical actions is a proof.

Goats are amazing; they can climb atop higher surfaces like it's nothing. They have the ability to maintain their balance even on the top of the steepest cliffs. They also hang out on mountaintops for most of the year.


These baby goats in the footage still have a long way to go, but it is just a start. In the video, the baby goats, Gershwin, Butterscotch, Marigold, and Bruno are seen learning to jump for the first time in their lives.

‘Not yet a day old and already practicing hopping! By tomorrow they will be experts,’ their owners from Sunflower Farm Creamery in Maine wrote.


The owners explained that they dressed these little creatures in sweaters as the temperatures had dipped the previous night.

Another reason why they have to dress them was because of the goat mother, Rhubarb. She's not sure if the white and tan one is hers.

It was the owner's plan to disguise the baby goats in a darker color. The plan had worked as Rhubarb seemed to be nursing him.

Compared to other establishments, Sunflower Farm is quite different and it is something the babies could be happy about.

There is a ‘No Cull’ policy that allows the animals to live out their days in peace rather than being killed. Most other farms would not like to have any animals if they stop earning.

Sunflower Farm explained that they treated their “little goats like queens” and soon they will start offering yoga classes that would allow one to connect to the simple pleasures in life such as petting a goat and enjoying the outdoors.