2 Baby Goats Hop On Board Bus
Goats Break Out Of Pen, Follow 2 Women To Vancouver Bus Stop
POSTED: 7:51 am PST November 13, 2009
VANCOUVER, Wash. -- Two baby pygmy goats tried to get a free ride after they broke out of their pen and walked on board a bus in Vancouver.
Jorja Blake said her goats, Yoda and Yates, follow her around like puppies and, on Wednesday, they hopped a fence and followed two women to the C-Tran bus stop near St. John's Road and 58th Street.
As the women got on board Route 25, so did Yoda and Yates.
Surveillance video from the bus shows the two women trying to stop the goats from getting on.
"They followed us all the way down the street down there," one of the women said in the video.
After three attempts, the goats hopped on.
Eventually, another passenger shooed Yoda and Yates off the bus and the pair continued to wander around for several hours until they were caught.
The goats are now back at Blake's family farm outside Vancouver.
"They're extremely friendly. We call them 'cowdogs,'" Blake said. "They follow us around like little dogs, but they eat everything like a cow."
The Blake family said they've learned to build taller fences.
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