This baby goat really, really loves his mom.
A recent video shows the bouncy baby clambering on top of mom every chance he gets.
As she relaxes on the grass, her baby pounces, wrapping his little forelegs around her neck in a goat version of a hug. When he falls off he tries to sneak up on her, quite literally smothering her in love. At one point, his very patient mom decides she needs a break and walks away. But her baby's still happy as long as he's near her, bouncing away behind her. We might be different species, but, as this sweet pair shows, the bond between a mother and her baby is universal. (Source)
Goats are extremely curious and intelligent. They are also very coordinated and widely known for their ability to climb and hold their balance in the most precarious places. This makes them the only ruminant able to climb trees, although the tree generally has to be on somewhat of an angle. Due to their agility and inquisitiveness, they are notorious for escaping their pens by testing fences and enclosures, either intentionally or simply because they are handy to climb on.