Oklahoma City Zoo says goodbye to beloved dwarf goat

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Employees at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden had to say goodbye to a familiar face.

On Friday, the zoo announced that a 7-year-old Nigerian dwarf goat named Perry had to be euthanized.

The announcement says that Perry was in a lot of pain from obstructive urinary stones that could not be removed without further health complications.

Zoo staff say Perry was a popular figure in the Children’s Zoo area and was known for his trouble-making antics around the facility.

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