Margaret Strother's goat maybe didn't garner much attention when she lived in Texas, but the big "T" on the side of the animal certainly will cause more than one glance since she moved to Tennessee.
Strother moved to Afton from near Houston, Texas, and she brought her Nigerian Dwarf milk goats with her. The goats are known for their milk, and Strother raises them specifically for that purpose.
This goat, named "Miss Tee," was born with a "T" in bright white fur on its side, which stands out profusely among the rest of the reddish-colored fur. Although not an exact "power T," the emblem of the University of Tennessee, the goat's marking is close enough.
"She's orange, sort of, and it goes with my orange truck," Strother laughed when contacted about her goat. "It's no fake. She was born like that. I thought as she got a little older, the white fur would fade or change colors, but it hasn't.
"She's a UT fan," Strother added. Strother currently has seven female and two male goats at her farm in Afton.