Another goat goes for a stroll, this time in East Lake.
EAST LAKE — Remember Doodles the goat and her adventures on Glenwood Avenue in Parkview last week? Well, consider this the sequel. East Lake resident Will Edmond found another wandering goat, Hachi, on Memorial Drive and 3rd Ave SE on Monday morning. Hachi was standing in front of a hair braiding shop. "I went outside this morning and saw him hanging out in front of Bornu Locs," Edmond said. "I'm the Goat Whisper now." Well, "Hachi," Japanese for "eight" wasn't lost for long. Turns out the goat was purchased Sunday by the East Lake Foundation and the East Lake Farm.
Doodles the goat escaped her pen for some fun.
UPDATED (9 a.m., Jan. 23): Our Good Samaritan reports that Doodles and her family have been reunited. From Dana Klest: I have the final happy ending to this story! Doodles is home safe with her family of chickens, birds, cats, and dogs and her owners, Joey and Zenobia. She lives on South Howard at Glenwood Avenue, very close to where this story began. A tree fell on the fence at the back of the large property and Doodles decided to go on walk-about. Joey did not even realize that she was missing until after 3 p.m. Tuesday. By that time, she had walked up Glenwood all the way to Maynard Terrace. To keep her from being run over by a car, two men secured her to a tree in a neighbor's front yard in hopes that the owner might drive by. By the …