Alex Heigl
June 10, 2014 02:30 PM

It’s not quite as iconic as the Running of the Bulls – but it’s much cuter.

Hope Hall raises Nigerian Dwarf goats at Sunflower Farm Creamery in Cumberland, Maine. This year, 44 kids were born (22 doelings and 22 bucklings). That’s a lot of goats – surely Hall must have some kind of special trick for handling nearly four dozen baby goats.

Yes, yes she does. “Our favorite trick is when they run as a herd to get their wiggles out before we put them to bed each night,” Hall says. Question: Does “professional goat-exhauster” pay well?

We don’t want to sound premature, but it seems like goats might be making a play for cats’ current spot on the top of the Internet heap, and videos like this are definitely helping.

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