Baby Farm Goats Having a Pajama Party Is the Gift That Keeps on Giving

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There's literally no frown that a baby goat couldn't turn upside down. Not a one! Baby goats are probably the world's cutest animal — but wait, it gets better. A farm in Maine recently threw their baby goats a pajama party, and video of the kids palling around in their bedtime digs is beyond adorable.

Baby goats and pajamas, are there any sweeter words to the human ear? Combined they make a powerful duo, as a video shared by ABC 7 LA totally proves.

As the video from the California news outlet shows, it wasn't just one baby goat, or kid, in the clip — it was a whole group of them. Has someone been reading our diary? Because this is truly the stuff that dreams are made of.

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The goats frolicked from hay bale to hay bale. There were even bubbles at the party because of course there were bubbles! What kind of party doesn't have bubbles? The kids were all dressed in matching sunflower pj's, again who could resist their cuteness? It was like any kids' sleepover party minus the pizza and board games.

People in the comments section were besotted by the footage. "This is so beautiful," wrote one person. "Better than goat yoga," someone else teased. "Baby goats are the cutest!!!" exclaimed another commenter. "So adorable," one woman praised.

Are Goats Good Pets?

Sure they're adorable, but are goats good pets? Yes! Goats have been domesticated for thousands of years and have sweet and gentle natures. Some might even consider them to be outdoor dogs. But there are certain ins and outs to goat ownership that people need to be aware of.

Leaving your goat un-castrated can allow them to get aggressive, which is why you'll want to get the procedure done soon after bringing them home. If your goat is castrated, they'll be more docile and seek out companionship.

Feeding your pet goat is relatively simple. As herbivores, goats only eat things like mosses, grass, and plants. They'll need hay and a mineral salt block containing copper to round out their diet.

You'll need to get at least two goats because they are herd animals. They need a buddy! Make sure you're in it for the long haul because most goats can live anywhere from 15 to 20 years.

As for size, small goats might get more attention for being cute, but large goats have their benefits. Larger animals can be wonderful pets and are easy to handle too.

There's basically only good reasons to get a baby goat — plus they look just darling in a pair of pajamas.

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