Sgt. Rick Bates, Rohnert Park police
Looks like teens aren’t the only ones that love Starbucks. Milly, a goat, escaped from her leash and took a casual stroll around town before ending up at a Rohnert Park, California, Starbucks, reports The Press Democrat.
The Starbucks employees, who were opening the store for the day, tried to give the goat a banana, which it ignored as it was more interested in a stack of cardboard boxes. Rohnert Park police Sgt. Rick Bates responded to a call at around 5 a.m. He says, “I was a little bit surprised.”
Milly was taken to the Rohnert Park Animal Shelter, and her owners later picked her up. One of her owners, 12-year-old Alan Ergenbright, says, “When we heard, we thought she was a little crazy. She’s a really happy and sweet goat. She’s also pretty curious.”
Ergenbright also adds that he and his family are building a fence so that Milly can walk around freely, and won’t escape again.
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