DAISY, the errant goat, is back home where she belongs, after a spot of musical appreciation at Newstead College and a night in the Launceston City Council's animal jail.
The 11-year-old goat featured on the front page of The Examiner on Thursday after wandering into the nearby college and although owner Kathryn Robinson didn't see the paper, plenty of her friends did.
``Hey, have you seen your goat on the front page of the paper?'' was the most common greeting as she answered the many phone calls.
``I wouldn't call Daisy a media tart, but she loves the attention,'' Ms Robinson said.
``My boyfriend Keiran Curry wants to put her on a spit and invite some mates around, but that's not going to happen - I keep telling him she'd be too tough.''
Ms Robinson said that the school excursion was not Daisy's first trip into the outside world since adopting her six months ago to save her from a trip to the slaughterhouse.
``Daisy has gone off before - her previous owner had come to visit, but Daisy took off when her chain was removed to free it from a garden snag,'' she said.
Ms Robinson said that something similar had happened this time.