A Goat Walks Into a Starbucks…

And happily chews on some cardboard boxes
starbucks goat

Sgt. Rick Bates, Rohnert Park police

Milly the goat has since been reunited with her owners.

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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