Here I am with absolutely no experience with goats, let alone goat kids, and I decided that I'm going to buy 3 kids! I already own parrots, dogs, cats, rabbits, ducklings, chickens, and fish. (If anyone thinks I shouldn't have goats, please understand that everyone started somewhere, and that I did as much research as humanly possible) I got the kids from Barbara off of Puget Sound Goat Rescue & Barbara and the volunteers there are magnificant (and patient) answering every question I had. I met all her kids (over 25) on this past wednesday and it warmed my little heart. These gorgeous babies would have been born and died in a slaughter house with no chance of survival. <3 My boyfriend (the one who says that all animals aren't cute but secretly adores them) fell in love with a Boer cross doe. He named her Ocho Cinco (football player haha) She's beautiful. Everyone wanted her after we put the deposit down, and I'm so surprised she wasn't taken earlier. She has an amazing personality and isn't as pesky compared to the others she was housed with (only when theres a bottle near) Sorry the picture is soooo blurry. She's a bottle baby and follows you around like a puppy. I don't mind that but it's SO difficult to feed the others with her there. :hair: We still love her. I think Barbara said she was crossed with Oberhasli, but I don't see any of the breed in her besides the ears. I personally fell in love with a 2 week old brown Nubian (not sure if purebred) buckling (soon to be wether) and black sister doe. We named him Bodacious (famous bull) and for short - Bo. We still don't know what to name the girl, she has pink eye and is small compared to Bo. I'm giving her medicine. They were still with their mom and not taking the bottle well from Barbara. That changed last night when I fed them for MY first time ever feeding a bottle baby. They took the bottle alot better than I thought, after some patience. Wonderful experience, but I'll probably get tired of it after having to do it all the time. Still, kids are wonderful to be around. He is the brown one looking at the camera. CUTIE! While his sister hides :roll: This next picture is super blurry, sorry. My camera was acting horrible. More pictures later once I warm up. & Here is Ocho's cute little behind. I'm greeted everytime they set there gorgeous eyes on me with some maaa's! I tried to sneak past them as a game this morning but Ocho has a 6th sense. She climbed out of her dog house and caught me! I just laughed my way to the car.