You Can Invite Alpacas & Baby Goats To Your Next Zoom Date In Ontario

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Ontario Associate Editor
Ontario's Farm Animal Zoom Calls Let You Hang Out With Fluffy Alpacas & Goats

As Zoom calls become the new norm, it seems that fluffy farm animals also want to join in on the fun. You can now invite adorable critters to your next celebration by having them video call you. Get ready for the cutest conversation of your life with Ontario's farm animal Zoom calls. 

Haute Goat is a popular destination for alpaca walks, goat yoga, and cuddly animal visits.

The farm even offers an experience called goat "shmurgles", a word meant to describe "the joyful sound your heart makes when you snuggle a baby goat".

Like many attractions, the venue has had to close its doors indefinitely, but that doesn't mean that you have to miss out on all the cuteness that these animals have to offer. 

The farm has just launched a Goats (And Alpacas) Go Zoom program that allows you to connect with fluffy critters over video chat.

If you have an upcoming celebration, you can have one of the adorable farm animals join in via Zoom. You can even have the animals join in on the singing of Happy Birthday.  

Animals available for the call include alpacas, goats, horses, dogs, chickens, JeffandSue the barn cat, and Lucy Mae the mule.

You can even video chat with the brand new baby goats who were just born on the farm.

If you have a special occasion coming up, you are able to customize your animal call experience depending on what is best suited for your event.

For example, if you'd like alpacas or other animals to join in a song of Happy Birthday, it would cost $25. 

If you'd like to learn more or book an animal Zoom call, you can contact the farm via email. They require just a day's notice in order to organize the call.

The price for a 15 to 30-minute drop-in with one type of animal costs $100.

Haute Goat is a 200-acre farm that houses goats, alpacas and other farm critters. If you plan on making a visit, the farm asks that anyone handling the animals needs to be over 12 to help ensure the direct safety of their animals.

You can also visit the farm by tuning into the live goat cams or Facebook live events.

Goats (And Alpacas) Go Zoom

Price: $100 per 15 - 30 minutes

Address: 1166 5th Ln., Newtonville, ON

Why You Need It: Add some cuteness to your celebration by having an adorable farm animal join in over video chat!

Madeline Forsyth
Ontario Associate Editor
Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Editor for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Toronto restaurants and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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