It’s not every day you stumble upon a herd of goats taking over city streets. So, when you do, you better have your camera handy.
For Berkeley residents, this unbelievable scenario was a reality when hundreds of goats trotted downhill into the road last week. The result? A viral video that might just be cutest thing we’ve ever seen.
According to CNN, the rush wasn’t part of a big-time escape plan, nor were they illegally released. For the past 18 summers, the goats have been part of a vegetation program at a UC Berkeley-managed hillside in the Berkeley Hills, where they help regulate the land by eating tall grasses and weeds that may become a fire hazard during the summer season.
Once they are finished with one particular area of land, Goats R Us (yes, a real company) ushers the animals to the next grassy spot to feed. Watch the crazy goat stampede in the video above.