No this isn't about a certain person who stared off into space while airliners crashed into buildings. It's about an article on how we define what a "pet" is. In this particular case, a woman has pet pygmy goat, and county officials are saying it should be considered "livestock".
Baltimore County law requires residents to have an acre for chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese. Three acres are required for each horse, burro and cow. And 3 acres are required to keep smaller livestock, including sheep, goats, ponies and pigs.