Christy Sommers distinctly remembers seeing her first clothed goat in rural Bangladesh in 2010 while undertaking education research as part of a Fulbright fellowship. In extensive further travels, she noticed that goats dressed in human clothing appear to occur only in lowland areas that are quite hot in the summer months but which cool down in the winter, predominantly across the Indian plains from Rajasthan to Bengal and into Bangladesh. In interviews with goat owners, they have all said that they clothe their goats because the animals otherwise get cold. Christy appreciates this phenomenon as a unique commentary on the loving people who care deeply about the goats that comprise an important part of their livelihoods.