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Starbucks Goat Reunited With Family After Wild Strip Mall Adventure

04/11/2016 01:10 EDT | Updated 04/11/2016 01:33 EDT

It’s a happy ending for a 11-year-old pygmy goat who broke loose from her California home and wandered into a Starbucks Sunday.

Rohnert Park authorities responded to several reports of a goat milling around Wolf Den Plaza strip mall — before she dipped into the coffee store to chomp on some boxes.

Employees who were opening shop tried to lure her away with a banana, according to the Los Angeles Times, but the attempts were futile.

Millie the pygmy goat was perfectly happy nibbling on cardboard, according to pictures snapped by a responding officer.



Local authorities took Millie into custody before she was brought to a local animal shelter.

But her stay was a short one.

Millie’s family eventually found her and collected her at the shelter. But before she was sent home, workers made sure she got a new collar and name tag.

Not a baaah-d ending!

Millie, an 11-year-old pygmy goat sure had an adventure today! She broke loose from her Penngrove home and headed for a...

Posted by Rohnert Park Animal Shelter on Sunday, April 10, 2016

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