A new arrival

SO CUTE The baby Pygmy goat born at Staunton Country Park.
SO CUTE The baby Pygmy goat born at Staunton Country Park.
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THIS baby goat needs all the energy-giving milk it can get after a rather dramatic arrival into the world.

The pygmy goat got stuck while its mother was giving birth and a vet had to be called to Staunton Country Park in Havant.

The kid was eventually delivered by Caesarean section.

Its mother, a nanny called Toast, was donated to the park by Sean and Sarah Smith, from pop duo Same Difference, who bought the goat as a present for their grandfather.

Liana Norman, 27, farm ranger at Staunton, said: ‘She’s very cute! She’s got a huge appetite and is always bleating for food.

‘She’s now running around and being more active, although we haven’t chosen a name yet.’