Lower Saucon Police Hope to Reunite Goat With Owner

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Credit: Lower Saucon Township Police Department

Lower Saucon Township Police had to remind the goat about the township’s peddling and soliciting ordinance, which requires the purchase of a license in order to make door-to-door sales calls. He was reportedly unable to produce proof of such a license.

Goats are known for being stubborn, and that may be why the animal found running loose in Lower Saucon Township Monday has refused to divulge its owner’s whereabouts.

Township police said in an email alert Monday evening that the goat who’s now their temporary ward was found in the 4300 block of Lower Saucon Road.

‘Tis the season for local goats to sow their wild oats, apparently, as Salisbury Township Police also recently had a stray goat case to investigate, which they did via Facebook.

Do you recognize this friendly-looking kid?

Anyone with information about the goat or who wishes to claim it should call Lower Saucon Township Police at 610-759-2200.


Credit: Lower Saucon Township Police Department

Goats are kept by a number of Lower Saucon Township residents, including the owners of Old Well Farm, who use their milk to manufacture a wide variety of soap and other products.

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