Most pet owners are positive that their animals understand them. They often treat their pets like a member or the family. I own three dogs and I am no different.

When my boys were younger, we got them a puppy and she has grown up with them. She wrestles with them, sleeps with them, follows them everywhere and even eats their dinner for them if they don’t pay attention. She has always been more like another child to us than a dog, and when my boys complain about not having a sister, I tell them that she is the only sister they are going to get. They seem to have accepted this quite well. (They are probably the only kids in their school who have a 90 pound Brindle Boxer for a sister.­)

Pets can have attributes that makes us humans think they are like we are. They seem to feel shame when they have done something wrong, they get excited when you mention the word “walk,” and they are the best at cheering you up when you’re down. But, have you ever known a pet, or any animal for that matter, to sound like a human? I have to say that none of the animals I own sound the least bit like a human not my cows, my dogs, my cat or my fish. Apparently there are a few goats out there that break this mold.

I was skeptical at first to watch this video, but it was hilarious. It seems to get funnier every time I watch it. In fact the last time I watched it, I laughed so hard that I cried. If you’re looking for something to make your day a little better, or if you just need a good laugh, then try this video.

Joy Larson is a mother of four boys, graduate of The University of Montana, animal lover and writer.