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Cocoa the goat takes a bite out of the Big Apple

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Cocoa, a 3-year-old Alpine Pygmy mixed goat, takes a taxi ride in New York on April 7.

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Cyrus Fakroddin visits a store in SoHo with Cocoa, his pet goat, in New York on April 7.

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Cyrus Fakroddin and Cocoa dine at Mambo 'Taliano Ristorante & Piano Bar in Little Italy, New York.

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Cocoa rides the C train in New York.

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Cyrus Fakroddin and his pet goat Cocoa exit the subway in New York.

Cyrus Fakroddin and his 3-year-old Alpine Pygmy mixed goat, Cocoa, frequently take trips into Manhattan to enjoy the city. Fakroddin raised Cocoa since she was 2-months-old and treats her like a human.

"She doesn't like goats, she doesn't like farms, she likes the people and the city." Fakroddin said.

These pictures were taken on April 7, but made available to msnbc.com today.

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Cyrus Fakroddin and his pet goat Cocoa relax at their home in Summit, N. J. on April 7.

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