Rosie came to Mossburn a few years ago with her companion Lindy who sadly passed away not long after arriving here.
Rosie has come home!
Rosie came to Mossburn a few years ago with her companion Lindy who sadly passed away not long after arriving here. A neighbour also lost a goat and Rosie went to be companion to the baby of that goat, years on and that goat also died so on Boxing Day 2008 Rosie finally returned home to us here at Mossburn.
It was a bit of a culture shock for her as she had been living with just one other goat and ours are a boisterous lot but they are also a bit short of girl goats so she was greeted with an amount of tenderness as well as enthusiasm by the boys!
Rosie is a shy little goat, she will be mainly Toggenburg but there is something else in her breeding as she is very small for a Tog. She is delicate by nature as well as in stature and would not dream of jumping up to welcome her breakfast and supper the way her next door neighbour Twiggy does.
She is fine with humans but would never push herself forward, in other words she is a bit of a wallflower, a very pretty one!