“Goats can be very strong and their horns can do some serious damage so we always have to be extremely careful when moving them — especially if they’re already stressed, which this poor chap was,” Pengilly said. “Two of us held onto his horns and the others each had a lead rope around his neck. He was extremely distressed by it all, especially having to leave his friend behind. He kept trying to headbutt us all but thankfully we all survived without any injuries, as did he!”
After a bit of a struggle, the group was finally able to lead the goat to safety, and he was taken in by the RSPCA. He seemed to be in good condition, and had no medical issues or injuries. He’s now safe and sound, and his rescuers are making sure that wherever he ends up, he will have lots of new goat friends to play with, to help ease the pain from the loss of his best friend.