Police Called After Herd Of Goats Found On Top Of Homeowner’s Roof

Animal Care of Davis County / Facebook

Homeowners in Utah made a surprising discovery over the weekend after finding a herd of goats that had climbed onto the roof of the home and were just milling around.

Animal Care of Davis County said they got a call on Saturday evening from someone in the neighborhood who spotted them and sent an officer out to the location.

When they got the call, they thought it was just one goat but when they arrived on the scene, they quickly realized there were several of them on the roof.

When the homeowner, who didn’t live there but was renting out the place was called, he told the officer that he didn’t own any goats, so the situation was a bit bizarre.

Animal Care of Davis County wrote on Facebook, “If you ask our officer team what they love most about the job, they will tell you that no two days are the same and of course, getting to helping you, the citizen of Davis County, with your pet-related problems.”

They later found out that the goats belonged to the tenets that lived there before who said they planned to move the goats to a new location when they moved but those plans fell through.

The realtor of the home said he is working with the seller to try and sell the goats with the house but if that doesn’t work out, the seller will try and find them a new home.

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