RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Maymont announced last week that four baby goats are available for public viewing at their farm.
But that wasn’t even the best news. The park said there’s a chance to win exclusive cuddle time with the new kids.
All you have to do is donate $25 or more to the Maymont Adopt an Animal program, now through April 7.
“The arrival of baby goats at Maymont is a spring highlight for thousands of Richmond families and animal lovers. And of course, for me, too,” said Parke Richeson, Maymont Executive Director.
The Nigerian dwarf goats, three female and one male, were born on March 2. The mother goats, Lentil and Daisy, are staying at Maymont with their offspring.
Lentil is mother to two females, and Daisy is mother to one female and one male. The male can be recognized by the heart-shaped marking on his back.
The new mothers and babies are staying at Maymont this spring through a partnership with Wag-N-Wheel Farm, located in Beaverdam.