This little reindeer calf joined up with Ainar Lie's herd of goats while they were out to pasture and just followed them into their barn one night. When the farmer came to milk them the next day, there he was. Since then, he has been accompanying them to pasture and back every day. Aftenposten reports:
The goats seem to have accepted the little reindeer, which in turn has adapted to the herd's hierarchy. Wildlife authorities contacted by Lie's family have determined that the reindeer isn't suffering in any way.
"We tried to give it some goat milk from a bottle, but it didnâ€™t want any," Lie said. "Instead, it eats the feed we have along with grass."