I have a question that seems to fall right into the crack between quite a few sites’ scopes:
In my son’s favourite zoo, there is a goat-petting area with a double-door system to allow humans to access the area without the goats getting out.
Now, I often find myself in the situation that some other visitors were careless and allowed some goat to get between the two doors. Since there often is no personnel around (and I am bored), I want to resolve this situation by nudging the goats back into their area. However, they often are stubborn as, well, goats, and I do not want to harm them by applying too much force.
What is the best way to move such a goat?
So far I considered the following sites for this:
Pets, however, the goats in question are no “animal companions that are cared for in a domestic setting”.
The Great Outdoors, however, I am not encountering these goats in free nature and they are likely quite different in behaviour from free-ranging goats.
Biology, however, my question is very applied to what most biologists care about. It would be like asking a question about repairing my bicycle on Physics.
Lifehacks, however, my question is a “conventional ‘how to…’ question about skills that can commonly be learned elsewhere”, namely when training to be a goat herder or petting-zoo attendant.
Is there any other site where my question would be a good fit? Or am I misjudging the scope of any of the aforementioned sites?