"The woman has a piglet, a lamb, and a goat."
Translation:Femeia are un purcel, un miel și o capră.
According to Merriam-Webster goat is a generic form. There seem to be gender-specific forms such as nanny goat and billy goat, which I, not living in the countryside, have never had an occasion to use.
I assumed that capră could also be used as a generic form but I could not find a reference for it. Romanian has țap for “male goat”. From what I found it's only used when you want to emphasize the male gender.