Farm Gets Brand-New Baby Goats, So They Celebrate With A Pajama Party

by Johanna Silver
Johanna is a writer who lives, works, and volunteers in New York.

Farm animals are my favorite. I could prattle on for quite a while about why they’re just as cute as dogs or cats — they also make comparably cute pets!

Baby farm animals are particularly adorable, seeing as they are teeny tiny, covered in fur, and make a slew of adorable noises.

The Sunflower Farm Creamery in Cumberland, Maine, also loves farm animals as much as I do. Specifically, they enjoy Nigerian Dwarf Goats. 

According to them, all of the goats that inhabit the farm have names, as well as distinctive voices that can be recognized from afar. 

A place that likes goats this much must obviously have an affinity for little baby goats, with their tiny little hoofs, their wiry fur and their squeaky bleats.

Recently, they celebrated a new group of kids (aka baby goats) in the most adorable way possible — they decided to have a goat pajama party!

Armed in a gaggle of colorful fleece onesies, the goats galloped around the barn, jumped through the air, and engaged in conventional goat conduct. But, again, they are dressed in pajamas, so every normal little goat movement is adorably heightened.

Check out the entire clip below if you need something that will instantly put you in a good mood.

And if you have farm animal-loving friends and family, don’t forget to SHARE the sweet clip with them on Facebook.

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