Benjamin is a 5-week-old pygmy goat whose mother didn’t take to him. Luckily for the cute little kid, an awesome two-legged dad stepped up to take care of him and Benjamin loves him for it.
Tom, who works at Pot House Hamlet, a tourist attraction in South Yorkshire, UK, has been hand-rearing the baby goat and now Benjamin has turned a corner and become really healthy.
As Benjamin needs to eat about every four hours, he goes to work with his adopted dad, following Tom everywhere at Pot House Hamlet, meeting and greeting customers, as he skips and jumps around the place.
As he scampers happily about the grounds, Benjamin doesn’t mind the occasional pit-stop to be fed by anyone willing to hold his bottle.
However, this idyll is destined to come to an end. In a couple months, Tom says, Benji will have to go out to the pasture and be with the other goats.
Ian White from the BBC visited Pot House Hamlet to produce this video, enjoy!
1. Benjamin is a 5-week-old pygmy goat.
2. His mother didn’t take to him, but luckily for the cute little kid, an awesome two-legged dad stepped up to take care of him and Benjamin loves him for it.
3. Tom, who owns a greenhouse, brings Benji to work.
Source: Pot House Hamlet.
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