Billy Goat Wreaks Havoc In An Ohio Home Logan Keathley noticed that something wasn't quite right when he got home from school. Escaping from a nearby farm, a goat got in the back door of the house and took a nap in the bathroom.
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Billy Goat Wreaks Havoc In An Ohio Home

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Billy Goat Wreaks Havoc In An Ohio Home

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Logan Keathley noticed that something wasn't quite right when he got home from school. Escaping from a nearby farm, a goat got in the back door of the house and took a nap in the bathroom.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Logan Keathley noticed something wasn't quite right when he got home from school. The dog was agitated, there was broken glass on the porch, and the house smelled. The culprit? There'd been a break in by a billy goat. It escaped from a nearby farm, got in the back door and took a nap in the bathroom, as goats will. The goat has since returned home, but Logan's mom says their home still smells like a goat farm.

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