Police Respond to Cries for Help Only to Find Upset Goat

As a police officer, you never know what your job might require from day to day. Police in Oklahoma were responding to a report of a person “yelling for help” only to find that the distressed individual was actually “a very upset goat.”

The Enid Police Department explained more about the weird situation in a Facebook post. Apparently, Officers David Sneed and Neal Storey were the ones to respond to a report of a person heard yelling for help.

Credit: Enid Police Department

“Upon arriving, the officers began walking toward the faint sound of someone yelling,” the post said. “As they got closer, Officer Sneed could hear a distinct yell for ‘help.'”

The officers ran to the source of the sound to find, to their surprise, “a very upset goat.” The goat’s owner explained to the officers that the animal was upset because he “had been separated from one of his friends.”

“All in all, you really can’t say it was that baaad of a call,” police wrote in the post.