According to The Guardian, the long-eared wonder was born two months ago in Karachi and has taken the nation by storm. Next stop? The world.
Over the last couple of weeks, the kid named Simba has been something of a socialite over in Pakistan, appearing at events, winning beauty contests, and having his face (mostly the ears though) splashed all over the media.
His ears have been long since birth apparently, and currently stand at an impressive length of 21 inches each (and are cute as hell). Simba's owner and breeder Mohammad Hasan Narejo has even approached the Guinness World Book of Records in an effort to get Simba's ears recognized.
Of the long-eared kid's floppy fame, Narejo shared "Within 30 days he became so popular that even a famous personality might take 25 to 30 years to achieve this level of fame".
Currently, there's no Guinness World Record for the longest-eared goat. However, back in 2021, a dog called Lou made it into the record book for her long ears, stretching to 13.38 inches.
If like us you're wondering how Simba gets around with his lofty lobes, Narejo has offered reassurance that he folds his ears back and also invented a harness that allows the goat to move around freely, ears around his neck (like a scarf?).
Narejo is keen to protect Simba and also use him to advocate for the skilled goat-breeding in Pakistan, "Simba’s Pakistan name must roam the whole world".