On Tuesday the city was not gripped by reports that two drifter goats were wandering along the New England Thruway by the Hutchinson River Parkway junction. The city's Animal Care and Control agency rushed to the scene, but by the time they arrived the goats had mysteriously vanished. But yesterday they appeared again, and the NYPD’s emergency services unit helped take them into custody. But where did they come from? A spokesman for Animal Care and Control tells City Room, "Typically, when you have goats or farm animals, they’ll have a tag on them or there will be a number spray-painted on them." These goats—one male and one female, both about a year old—had no numbers, though they are "pretty friendly and pretty used to people." They're being held at Animal Care and Control’s shelter in Manhattan, and if no one steps forward to claim them (are you listening, Cabrito?), they'll be taken in by Farm Sanctuary's 150-acre shelter in upstate New York. But really, how are they gonna keep 'em down on the farm once they've seen the Hutch?