RALEIGH, N.C. — The Raleigh City Council on Tuesday approved legislation to allow residents to keep two pygmy goats on lots less than one acre.
The vote marks a change to the current ordinance, which permits one goat per acre.
Council members voted in response to a request from 11-year-old Caroline Frye, who came before council in August to ask for the change so she could keep a pair of pygmy goats, which typically weigh less than 85 pounds.
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