Best volunteer work ever: cuddling baby goats

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ESMONT, VA - Are you sick of the same old grind? Do you want a job that's more like all play and no work? Then look no further than Caromont Farm in Esmont, Virginia. They're looking for a few good men and women to snuggle some baby goats--no kidding!

"This is kidding season, it's gonna be a really happy and really hectic time," said Isabella Zechini, "We'd love to have people come and see that whole process."

The farm expects about 90 newborn goats by mid-February, so it needs volunteers to snuggle and feed all those babies. The farm posted the 'cuddlers wanted ad' on Facebook on January 7th, and the sign-up sheet filled up faster than you could say 'get your goat.' They closed the cute offer on the 13th-- sorry, no more snugglers needed!

Don't cry! The farm is throwing a Goat-a-palooza on April 3rd for anyone who would still like to come get some goat love in! So, if you're ga-ga for goats, run, don't walk, to Caromont Farm in Virginia.

You don't want to be left out!

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