How to make sure your blinds aren’t blind as the goats attack

The blind goat attacks people who leave their blinds on while playing on the road or in the garage, according to an article published by The Washington Post.

The blind goats attack on sight and can even tear down trees to attack cars.

The blind goats are part of a species known as the blind goat.

They are not aggressive.

“The blind goat is a unique species, and they have no aggression,” said Steve Schreiber, a wildlife biologist at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

He told ABC News, “If you have a blind goat, you don’t see a whole lot of what it is capable of, but if you have them on your driveway and you leave the blinds up, they’re capable of a great deal of damage.”

In the wild, the blind goats have been documented to attack humans, too.

The Washington Zoo posted a video showing a blind female attacking a man, and a female goat attacking a dog.

In a new study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, researchers found that blind goats can attack humans even if they leave the car’s blinds open.

Researchers in Switzerland and the Netherlands set up blind goats in a lab and allowed them to wander around.

They then took a blood sample of the goats’ saliva and looked for antibodies that were associated with the human immune system.

The team found that the goats could recognize humans, and would attack them if they left their blinders on.

While the study looked at blind goats, other species of blind goats might attack humans too, including the blind cow, the researchers wrote.

But the blind sheep, which is a smaller breed of blind goat that are not as aggressive, are also at risk, according the study.

The researchers say this could be because sheep often have lower levels of the immune system that the blind cats have.