Les Sinclair

Who you gonna call? [AUDIO]
Who you gonna call? [AUDIO]

City of Charlottesville has been letting residents own up to three goats since 2010. The organization that persuaded the City Council to amend its animal ordinance is now known as the Charlottesville Goat Keepers Association.  But one resident isn’t happy and asks “Who do we call?”

The obvious answer: “Goatbusters”

If there’s something strange in your neighborhood
Who do we call?
If it’s something weird and it don’t look good
Who do we call?
I ain’t afraid of no goats
I ain’t afraid of no goats

http://www.wina.com/pages/15499076.php?contentType=4&contentId=12368919

Yes, there is such a place.  http://www.vagoatbusters.com/

 

 

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