Bebeh Goats…With Bows

And if that wasn’t enough, you’ve got bebeh chicks and fuzzy pups and..could it be? It IS! A BEBEH MUNTJAC! Well, that’s it for me today. Bye. (Klunk.)

Maureen P. found ’em here.



  1. Chris Hendrickson says:

    these animals look scared, miserable and are way too crowded in that small space. the picture is not cute its sad.

  2. catvicc4r says:

    What is this magical place?!?

  3. Kindly send the kid with the pink bow over to my house! (And she can bring a friend!) LOVE THIS!!!

  4. Mplsdeb says:

    Not a very big area for those critters. Seemed cramped. Or is it just me?

  5. If you visit their website, you’ll see they are all on a small farm, so no they do not all live in that room.
    I love how all the critters seem to treat the doggehs like shaggy rugs, for resting and climbing.

  6. happy little trees says:

    I wonder which species the duckling imprinted on for mama

  7. Rachael says:

    Let’s not assume that because only a small area is being filmed, the animals are living in a cramped and nasty environment. They all look very happy and very healthy to me.

  8. Exactly @sugitomo! If concerned follow the link and read up on this place- not one cramped, scared or miserable animal there. They were filmed in that room but live on a farm with ample room for all. Super cute, sweet stuff.

  9. I assumed something strange was going on outside like a huge rainstorm and they all had to come inside for a bit. The bows, the duck, and the gentle shaggy doggahs just kilt me ded. Sigh. Why doesn’t that happen at my house?

  10. Shelley says:

    someday this will be my house….