Our petting zoo
The donkey Frieda is the heart and soul of the animal gang. When all the animals are on the pastures, she sometimes defends her friends from a deer that found its way into their area. In late autumn, on cold nights some of the animals from our petting zoo gather around her to keep warm.
The little donkey Rudi is often very cocky and Frieda must poke and stop him from annoying the other animals. Rudi is always very curious and walks toward guests, sniffs them, steals shoelaces, or nibbles on the clothes of the guests. Both donkeys are very good-natured and always friendly to people.
Our pygmy goat Chery, the mother goat, is very watchful, but then again enjoys sharing her little Camillo with guests for cuddles. He loves to linger on the lap of some children. The billy goat Cornflake is very lively and approaches guests, especially when he gets cereals, because he is very voracious. He likes sticking his head into the bucket and won’t stop eating.
Our dwarf sheep family always sticks together. Silvetta, the mother sheep, is very greedy when it comes to food and pushes away her fellows in order to seize as much as possible. Her little ram Max is very playful, but also spoiled. He often leans against his “dad”. The ram Sebastian is very kind, he always watches over his family, first observes the others eating and only then also enjoys his food. With his horns and his dark appearance, he looks a little scary, but he is the complete opposite.