Prima donna mama goat doesn’t want to share the spotlight with little goat kids

Mama and baby goats

It was another fun-filled day at the Sunflower Farm, owned by the couple Hope and Chris. The duo has raised several Nigerian Dwarf Goats and their babies for a long time now.

Baby goats

Recently, one of the Nigerian Dwarf mama goats, Cinnamon, and several baby goats had an exciting day at the farm. The little ones loved the Yoga field that their owner had created.

The Yoga field had the farm entrance blocked with hay bales and had a customized wooden step for the farm animals to climb up and down. The tiny goat babies enjoyed climbing up the stairs and then jumping into the open field.

Mama and baby goats

The energetic baby goats enjoyed the morning routine and kept on climbing the stairs without getting tired. However, Cinnamon did not like that the goat babies were stealing the spotlight.

She was always the last farm animal to leave the field as she liked to be petted by her owners. However, with so many little ones around, the jealous goat could not get all the attention.

Baby goats

The adorable creature climbed the stairs and stood on the hay bales blocking the way to the stairs. She was tired of the goat babies stealing the show and getting all the love.

When one of the little ones tried to walk past her, Cinnamon gave the baby goat a slight nudge as if she did not want to be disturbed. After some time, the mama goat was found nursing & grooming one of her little babies in the open field.

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