You know you're about to have a great day when it begins with a story about goats. That's what I have for you now. It's the story of Bucky and Roo who are goat brothers in Cheyenne. They are also fast becoming TikTok stars.

Here's how Bucky and Roo's owners described this unique combo:

My goats are brothers—Bucky and Roo. Bucky had two horns, Roo had one. They think they rule the house. They aren’t big fans of our dogs and so whenever I let the dogs out they jump into the window sills so the dogs will leave them alone. I had just let the dogs out and this was the look they gave me from the window sills.

I have to admit it was quite a surprise when I saw these two suddenly appear.

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So much to take in here. First of all, I grew up in rural America so I'm familiar with goats as pets. Second, they seem to be very...coordinated with their window appearance. That's the only thing I can say. There are stage performers who wish they could synchronize their act as good as Bucky and Roo.

If this video is any indication, they'll own TikTok where this video first appeared sooner or later. It's a goat's world. We're just living in it.

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