The Puget Sound Goat Rescue is hosting an event at Ballard's Reuben's Brews today where people are encouraged to meet and pet baby goats.
Instagram, prepare your servers — the #babygoat pictures are nearly upon us.
On Facebook, more than 7,000 people say they will be attending the event (which sounds excessive, but it would be folly to underestimate the popularity of baby goats). After the event made the rounds on social media, the brewery planned to open early to accommodate the expected crowd.
Sixty tickets will be given out every half hour to meet the goats. People can spend 5 minutes with the animals. Rescue volunteers will be there to care for the goats and answer questions, according to the Facebook event page.
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Visitors who fall in love with the baby goats won’t be able to take one home that day; an adoption application and home check are required.
If baby billies and brews in Ballard sounds a bit too hectic, you can always hike into high-alpine country to catch a glimpse of salt-craving mountain goats that will all-too happily lick up your sweat. Just keep your distance, OK?