The Cottonwood Heights Police Department in Utah recently posted the above picture on Twitter along with the caption: Heavy snow brings new friends to visit Cottonwood Heights neighbors on Mine Shaft Road.
According to gephardtdaily.com, this was after a concerned citizen called CHPD and said there was a “big white dog” that was wandering the neighborhood, near the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon.” The police found this mountain goat wandering around after it must have gotten lost and not realized it was so low, due to the super wintry weather they have had this season in the area.
So, just know that things are not necessarily always what they appear to be…
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