Goats Enjoy Deputy’s Paperwork


Goats will eat almost anything so it comes as no surprise to see that two of them made quite the mess of some paperwork. A sheriff’s deputy was going through a routine shift when he left his vehicle’s doors opened, which is usual for him when visiting homes to quickly escape dog attacks.

When Deputy Casey Thrower was going to leave a property after delivering civil papers, he found some “eager and hungry” goats awaiting him in his patrol car. Thrower recorded videoes of the incident, which included a goat climbing on the driver’s side of his vehicle.

Paper is just too good to pass up for these goats, as the civil documents Thrower was delivering were a delicious treat. In the videos, another goat had hopped around on the car’s roof and hood.

Credit: Madison County Sheriff’s Office

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office posted Thrower’s videos on Facebook. “Deputy Casey Thrower was serving civil documents out in the county this morning when he overheard something in his patrol car and was met by a couple of goats, one climbing into the open driver’s side of his vehicle as well as one on the hood of his patrol vehicle. The animals clamored around inside the vehicle while munching on some paperwork,” the sheriff’s office wrote.

They added: “Deputy Thrower has been serving the citizens of Madison County for about 40 years and is considered one of our G.O.A.T deputies. We got a huge kick out of this today and hope it brought a smile to your face as well.”


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