Loose goats were found on South Whidbey.

Loose goats were found on South Whidbey.

Loose goats found, owner wanted

A South Whidbey woman is trying to find the owner of a couple of wayward goats she came across in her neighborhood.

Eric Kelly said the goats were found in the area of Cedar Hill and Goss Lake Road. They are two tri-colored, intact males with horns. They have long black beards.

“My husband said they look like bikers,” Kelly said.

The goats scared a girl after they tried to follow her home from where she got off the bus on Cedar Hill. They are pretty big animals, Kelly said.

Kelly found the goats sitting in someone’s yard and temporarily corralled them in a neighbor’s fenced yard to keep them from getting hit by a car. She currently doesn’t have a place to keep them.

“They are nice,” she said. “They are pretty tame, but they do use their horns.”

The goat owners can reach Kelly at 360-321-0307.

Loose goats were found on South Whidbey.

Loose goats were found on South Whidbey.

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