Escaped goat makes a quick stop at Starbucks

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Screengrab via City of Rohnert Park Police & Fire/Facebook

He needs coffee baaaaad.

Everyone needs their caffeine fix—even goats. Such was the case on Sunday, when an escaped goat entered a Starbucks in Northern California.

Employees of this Rohnert Park Starbucks tried to give the animal a banana, but that didn’t work, with the goat continuing to strut through the coffee shop and even chewing on a box.

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Ultimately, a police officer picked up the goat and brought it to an animal shelter, but not before taking pictures and posting them on the police department’s Facebook page.

Plenty of commenters made jokes about the goat entering this particular plaza, which happens to be called the Wolf Den, but there was really no shortage of one-liners or emojis:

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The goat—named Millie—was reunited with her owner, who lives just around the block. Maybe she’ll get that brew next time.

H/T The Sacramento Bee

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