BOISE, Idaho — Have you … herd? Over 100 goats were wandering Boise’s streets Friday morning — chewing on everything in their path and making friends along the way.

The goats, who were originally corralled near a retention pond and working that area, tired of that location and broke through several slats of wood in a fence. They then began wandering from lawn to lawn and looking for snacks throughout Treasure Valley.

All 118 goats, which are owned by Kim and Matt Gabica as part of their We Rent Goats business, have since been accounted for. The goats can be rented to knock down weeds and other brush in pastures or other properties.

The call about the rogue goats came into dispatch around 7 a.m. Friday. By 9 a.m., all of the goats had been loaded on to a trailer to be taken back from whence they came.

Kim Gabica said because goats are herd animals, if one breaks free, the others will follow.

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