"goats see very well. a goat's eyesight is the equivalent to what a human sees with 8x or 10x binocular power due to the rectangular pupils. Slit-shaped pupils are found in species which are active in a wide range of light levels. In strong light, the pupil constricts and is small, but still allows light to be cast over a large part of the retina. The orientation of the slit may be related to the direction of motions the eye is required to notice most sensitively (so a vertical pupil would increase the sensitivity of the eyes of a small cat to the horizontal scurrying of mice). The narrower the pupil, the more accurate the depth perception of the peripheral vision is, so narrowing it in one direction would increase depth perception in that plane. Animals like goats and sheep may have evolved horizontal pupils because better vision in the vertical plane may be beneficial in mountainous environments. they do see color." from the goat lady @all experts.com
pictured above is Gideon, the senior buck. he is a national grand champion. he is also very gentle and elicits that in the responses of the two other bucks.
at the top is Snowbunny. the Matriarch. she likes to breathe with you, share breath, putting her nose and mouth on yours.
THANK YOU, Michelle for your FarReachingLove...............