Horny billy goats invade Welsh seaside town — after missing out on contraception due to lockdown
HORNY billy goats have invaded a seaside town — because they missed out on contraception due to lockdown.
The sex-hungry animals are roaming into gardens and holding up traffic on the lookout for nanny goats.
5Horny billy goats have invaded a Welsh seaside town — because they missed out on contraception due to lockdownCredit: WNS5The sex-hungry animals are roaming into gardens and holding up traffic on the lookout for nanny goatsCredit: WNSNumbers have increased after vets were unable to give them contraception injections due to Covid restrictions.
The “rogue” animals usually live on the Great Orme headland above Llandudno, in North Wales, only occasionally coming down into the town.
Wildlife experts fear they could be hit by cars or forget how to get back to their mountain home.
Great Orme warden Sally Pidcock said: “The majority of them are billy goats.
“By the time of the rut, when they become interested in females, you would hope they would be making their way back. But this year, they have been emboldened by the fact there are so few people around.
“That’s a bit more worrying because it might become a bit more complicated for them to find their way back.”
5Great Orme warden Sally Pidcock said: ‘The majority of them are billy goats’Credit: � Steve Wood5Numbers have increased after vets were unable to give them contraception injections due to Covid restrictionsCredit: SWNS5Wildlife experts fear they could be hit by cars or forget how to get back to their mountain homeCredit: WNSASYLUM REBOOTAsylum seekers who cross Channel illegally face being sent to another countryTEARS OF JOYMoment teen facing eviction after mum died from Covid gets to keep family homeWHERE’S ANNABELLA?Hunt for missing schoolgirl, 16, who has not been seen for two weeksON TRACKAstraZeneca insists their supply of UK Covid jab is ‘not experiencing disruption’ExclusiveBARRYMORE COP QUIZMichael Barrymore facing fresh police quiz over death of Stuart LubbockCommentROD LIDDLEIf you ever needed a reason for Brexit, the EU’s Covid vaccine stupidity is it
And Conwy councillor Louise Emery said: “It’s a great concern because they tend to wander more at night.
“Drivers can literally come round the corner and be faced with eight or nine goats in the road.”
The council asked concerned residents to contact the RSPCA.
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