BOISE, IDAHO — More 118 goats appeared out of nowhere in a Boise neighborhood early this month, reports KTVB.
Neighborhood residents say the goats showed up around 7 in the morning, moving from lawn to lawn and chewing grass.
Apparently, the goats occupied the roads and couldn't care less about the cars in the area.
The goats attracted crowds of people who were snapping pictures and petting the animals.
Joe Parris, KTVB reporter who broke the story, told The Washington Post though most people were excited to see the goats, "a few concerned homeowners [were] trying to shoo the goats off their property."
It was only later that it was discovered that the goats were owned by a company called We Rent Goats, which sends its goats to clear weeds from fields, pastures etc.
Around 8:30 a.m. local time, a We Rent Goats truck arrived and moved all the goats onto its truck.