Hi everyone! I figured since my questions were immediately answered regarding my baby, I ought to properly introduce myself! My name is Michelle and I live in Southern Oregon. Our family consits of my mom, our animals and me. My mom is a retired vet assistant specializing in exotic animals, dogs and cats. I'm a 22 year old artist/writer and live-in care provider. First, I'll introduce you to my goats! We already know little Zapper, but for those who don't know, he's half Nubian, 1/4 Boer, and 1/4 Arapawa. He's currently 60 hours old. Here's his father, Kif. Kiffy is a purebred Nubian with beautiful moonspots. I've had him since he was 2 months old. He was given to me by my mom's nurse. He's a year and a half now and I absolutely LOVE him. He's one of the sweetest bucks I've ever met. Amy is his mate and she's an Arapawa/Boer cross. I'll snag a pic of her tomorrow. Lastly, we have Shaena, my first goat. She's a purebred Saanen. I got her when she was 2 weeks old and bottle raised her. She's now 4 years old. She's just massive and her horns are equally as huge. She's very gentle with them and never tries to use them in an aggressive way. My other animals included a miniature horse named Jemima. She's a beautifully correct varnish roan. I can toss a pic up of her at request. She's super smart and gentle and she just loves her goats. I also have a cat named Fry, who stays in the house and keeps Zapp company. When Zapp plays outside, he hangs out with my rabbit, Willow. Lastly, I own 2 [licensed] high-content wolfdogs named Sitka and Tsume. I am a legitimate breeder of these wonderful and grossly misunderstood animals. Our mama wolf, Sitka, fell in love with Zapp and only wants to nurse him with her cubs! She has NO interest in eating him or my other goats! Our big Arctic/Timber male, Tsume, loves playing with the mini horse and whining at the goats. Kiffy enjoys leaning against the kennel and even sleeping near Tsume on a hot day. Please, any stories or rumors you hear about wolves and wolfdogs, take it with a grain of salt. They are truly wonderful animals that can be transformed into vicious hollywood beasts by people's overactive imaginations. I can also upload pics of the wolves at request. More goat pics to come, though! I hope to have a nice long stay here and learn as much about goats as I can (and maybe teach a few about the wonderous wolfdog). Have a great day, everyone!