Children’s Goats on Cliffs Open to the Public Children Feeding Chiba Sakura

Children’s goats on cliffs open to the public Children feed Chiba Sakura August 29 12:27

The public display of Ponyo, a child goat that ran away from its owner, settles on a slope along a railroad track in Sakura City, Chiba Prefecture, and became a hot topic as a “goat on a cliff” began in Sakura City, Chiba Prefecture.

The opening of the baby goats began at Sakura-Bue-no-Oka, a performing art facility in Sakura City, Chiba Prefecture, and at 10 a.m., the mayor of Sakura City, 35 Nishida, moved the baby goats from the breeding place to the cage for display.

The child goat ran away from its owner and lived on a concrete slope along the Keisei Electric Railway line in Sakura City for about two and a half months, so it became a hot topic as a “goat on a cliff” and was called “Ponyo” after Studio Ghibli’s animated film.

It was successfully captured on the 11th of this month, but since it continued to attract interest, the owner transferred it to Sakura City free of charge. On the 29th, many people visited the exhibition and the children called out and gave them cabbage for the feeding experience.

A girl in the first grade of elementary school who came from the city with her family said, “The hair was fluffy and cute.”

Mayor Nishida of Sakura City said, “I would like you to come and see Ponyo, the star of the new city of Sakura.” Sakura City is also considering releasing videos of Ponyo as a measure to prevent people from coming to visit and smuggling.