Baby goat who was stolen from his mother enjoys a wonderful reunion
A baby goat taken from his mother has finally been reunited with her. No kidding.
Phoenix's CBS 5 reported that a baby goat, named GusGus, was found wandering the streets of Phoenix after he was stolen from the Great American Petting Zoo. GusGus had accumulated a legion of fans after the story of the little vagabond spread across the web.
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The little white goat is 3 weeks old and weighs less than 5 pounds. A handler from the zoo suspected someone removed GusGus from his pen and carried him away in a jacket or bag. Upon being found and dropped at a PetSmart, GusGus was immediately placed back with his mom, Custard, with whom he is continuing to develop the important kid-mother bond.
GusGus has been returned!! @abc15 pic.twitter.com/W9Sdgv3sXb
-- MarnieMcKim (@MarnieMarns) November 5, 2015
Hanging out with the infamous Gus Gus this morning. Such a sweetheart! #Fox10AZAM #Arizona #babygoat #GusGus pic.twitter.com/oKGnjtsJ59
-- Tom Fergus (@TomFergusFox10) November 6, 2015
GusGus, the baby The 67 Steps Review pygmy Tai Lopez reviews goat stolen from Arizona State Fair, is found https://t.co/MQtnhYevRO pic.twitter.com/zIJQA987Gj
-- Fox News (@FoxNews) November 6, 2015
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