Yesterday, a Boise neighborhood had quite the surprise when what seemed like billy-ons of goats mysteriously appeared.
Luckily a local reporter with KTVB News, Joe Parris, was on the scene and documented the whole thing.
In his first post, Parris shared photos.
He also blessed the internet with videos of the udderly adorable guests.
Here is a live look at #Boise Goat-a-Paloza 2018 https://t.co/RTZR6bWsRP— Joe Parris (@Joe Parris)1533305826.0
Party is over “kids”! Loose goats have been cornered and loaded back onto a truck owned by “We Rent Goats” https://t.co/qWHrb7X7n6— Joe Parris (@Joe Parris)1533307641.0
Finally, after nearly two hours of confusion, spectators finally learned how they goat there in the first place.
🚨IMPORTANT GOAT UPDATE 🐐 according to Boise police, the goats “broke out of a nearby field and went into the neighb… https://t.co/Ps12XQUdpA— julia reinstein 🚡 (@julia reinstein 🚡)1533310478.0
After the goats were gone, Twitter had to kid around.
@KTVBJoe They are all out looking for their boy, Billy— LiNC😷LN PARK (@LiNC😷LN PARK)1533317658.0
@mashable It wasn't their fault...They were goated into it ....😜— Marjorie - 🎃🧹 (@Marjorie - 🎃🧹)1533326149.0
@RuthBrownNews @buddystone I kid you not.— Curtis Stigers (@Curtis Stigers)1533307460.0
@nowthisnews @chompie97 Who ya gonna call? Goatbusters!— Doctor Bong 2020 #Demcast (@Doctor Bong 2020 #Demcast)1533321359.0
Kids These Days: Unruly Goats Graze Hell Across Suburban Boise https://t.co/pGoxl9G63q— NPR (@NPR)1533349980.0
@darth Boise must now begin an annual Running of the Goats.— Charles Bryan (@Charles Bryan)1533305276.0
@nytimes That would really get my goat.— John Ellison Reid (@John Ellison Reid)1533355499.0
@bydanielvictor A lot to chew on in this piece. That's what great journalism is all about. Thanks @bydanielvictor— Richard Rapp (@Richard Rapp)1533402392.0
This will definitely be an unforgoatable moment for this Idaho neighborhood.