Navy’s goat mascot cleared for Army game after eating toxic bush
Navy’s mascot will be able to attend Saturday’s Army vs. Navy game after recovering from eating a toxic bush.
Bill 36, an Angora goat, fell sick after eating toxic vegetation, reports USA TODAY. Bill 36 became nauseous and was struggling to breathe before being taken to a large-animal hospital, where a veterinarian gave the goat medicine to absorb the toxins.
Listen Bill 36, we’re all gonna be happy to see you on the field Saturday. But you gotta goat up. A toxic bush? Rub some dirt on that potentially fatal poison and get out there. It’s what Bill 12 would’ve done.
They don’t make ’em like Bill 12 anymore.