I have had all the above (except goats) in your Q and many, many more from foxes to porcupines, salamanders to 60 lb African tortoises, red bellied Piranhas to fancy goldfish or however you want to sort a menagerie, Copperhead snakes to alligators and that's not including what I had as a wildlife rehabber.
Wanted goats but when the seller informed me they will climb onto your cars I nixed that one. I've had or co owned and/or bred Dobermans, Siberians, German Shepherds, pit bulls, Neapolitan Mastiff, Great Dane, Fila, Pekingese, Corgies, Lhasa Apso & Skiperke (not in that order), Bengal cats, 3 species of owls, crows, ferrets, rabits, chickens,squirrels, racing pigeons, Muskovy and Mallard Ducks, pheasants, horses, well, it's kind of a never ending list and I never lived on a farm. Some of the funniest escapades I had with these animals are related in my 5 HP Chapters of The Usual "Unusual" Pets I have had."
Currently my favorite pet is a 11 year old African Gray Parrot who is a source of endless entertainment as he comments on things we say with a variety of phrases he is conditioned to use based on the inflections in our voices. He'll participate in phone conversations saying what I'm about to say right before I say it, like ahuh, ok, bye, see ya later (which he says any time someone opens the door to go out and when we come home he always says Hellllooo! when we open the door and then sometimes, You OK? if we are slow coming in). He has screamed "it's good!" a split second before the announcer on TV says it after an extra point is kicked and he says "nite nite" when we cover him up at night. In the morning when he is ready to be uncovered he says good morning and when the cover is lifted he says Peek a boohooo. He does this every time and we didn't teach him to say it at these times. Any time he is out of his cage if I say go to bed he climbs back in his cage immediately and closes the door. The neatest thing, when he is on his rope perches outside the cage and I put up my fists he says Ya wanna fight, c'mon, c'mon, raises his wings up and puts his head down. If I swing at him he bobs and weaves ducking my punches saying c'mon, c'mon. When I hit him on the beak (he loves it) he tries to bite my fist then backs up and says "rope a dope" "rope a dope". I tried teaching him to say "want a piece of me" but as far as he got was "wanna pee..." so I gave up on that. I could go on forever about Kabul (his name) as he has a huge vocabulary of words and just forget the sounds!