Happy ending for pygmy goat babies stolen from maze attraction

Ruth Doherty


Happy ending for pygmy goat babies stolen from maze attraction
Happy ending for pygmy goat babies stolen from maze attraction

Easingwold Maize Maze


Easingwold Maize Maze owner Paul Caygill is celebrating after being reunited with his three pygmy goat babies that were stolen from their mother's pen seven weeks ago.

Police in Middlesborough found the gorgeous trio after a public tip-off following a highly-publicised search after their disappearance on 4 September.

The little goats, Snowy, Maizy, and Billy, have now been reunited with their mum Daisy at the North Yorkshire tourist attraction, which is hugely popular with families during the summer.



Paul said: "I am delighted to have the pygmy goats back and they were a very popular addition to the Maze this summer.

'I want to thank the person who tipped off the police because the goats haven't grown as much as they should have after being taken when they were less than a month old.

'The priority now will be to spend the next few weeks nursing them back to full health - with the help of their very relieved mother!'



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