Animal services in Fremont are trying to locate a poor, sweet baby goat's mother. According to KRON4, a teacher on her way to school found the goat near the intersection of Lemos Lane and Tirso Street. Likely a common dairy goat, the kid was probably still nursing before it was separated from its mother.

“This goat is as cute as anything," Sandi Stadler, manager of the Fremont Police Department’ animal services division, tells the Chronicle. "We have the whole setup with goat milk and a bottle.” The goat mostly slept Thursday afternoon, she added.


The Fremont PD has received numerous offers from those hoping to foster (and presumably cuddle with) the goat until its owner and mother are found. But, writes the Department, "we are unfortunately not looking for anyone to take the goat at this point. We are really focused on locating the owner."

They add that if anyone has information that would help them reunite the baby goat with its mother, they should contact the Tri-City Animal Shelter at 510-790-6630 or drop by during business hours Tuesday to Friday 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., or Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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