SANTA FE (KRQE) - Spain has running of the bulls and this week, New Mexico was home to running of the goats. A small herd of goats went on a rampage in a Santa Fe neighborhood.
When Chelsea Armstrong went to the mailbox at her home near Cerrillos and Airport Road, she was startled by what crept up behind her, goats three of them.
The farm animals felt right at home in the middle of the neighborhood.
"They thought I was going to feed them or something. They followed me down to my front door even," Armstrong said.
And the goats were gruff, going from house to house and car to car.
"They jumped on my neighbor's car. All three were on top of the car for a while. Then they got off and wandered around a bit, then one of them got on my car," Mike Armstrong said.
It took a posse of neighbors and Animal Control officers to round up the goats. They are now at Santa Fe Animal Welfare.
"We're happy to harbor them here temporarily until they can find someplace else for them and hopefully the owners will come get them," said Santa Fe Animal Welfare spokesman Ben Swan.
That agency is asking the owner of the goats to contact Santa Fe Animal Services.
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