Saving orphaned lambs to give them a second chance at life

Lamb Care Australia is a not for profit registered charity that currently rescues and rehomes orphaned lambs who are born during the lambing season in Victoria.

Meet Our Latest Lambs

Kysaiah

Kysaiah was smaller than the other lambs when he arrived. He had infected, painful joints which made it difficult for him to keep up with them. He was often crying and very stressed. Kysiah has no suckle reflex and therefore...

Pagan

Pagan is full of energy and loves to run, jump and bounce. She is improving every day and, considering her tiny size when she arrived, is doing very well in care.  17 June 2021 Pagan is full of attitude and...

Tavish

Lambs love to sleep in a nice warm, comfortable bed. Sleep head Tavish is no exception to this.  14 June 2021 12 June 2021 Tavish also has pneumonia and a high temperature which is being treated. Despite the fact that...

Amelie and Clara

Clara and Amelie are very affectionate and attention seeking and have become the best of friends quickly. We are not sure if that is a great idea as the 2 mischievious lambs get up to all sorts of trouble together!...

Violet

Although Violet has a severe case of pneumonia, mild entropion (turning in of the eyelids) a high temperature and has required tube feeding, we are holding onto hope for her. Violet’s carer is in addition to all the necessary medication,...

Star

  Star has discovered the art of finding the comfiest spot, plonking herself down and falling soundly asleep 13 June 2021 Star is a sweet little dorper lamb with tiny legs and a tiny tail. She is a healthy lamb...

Bowie

Bowie arrived a couple of days ago also suffering with health issues including pneumonia, entropion and cornea ulcers. We are thrilled that he too is improving positively. The two of them have made great friends in their short few days...

Feliks

Feliks' leg is almost completely healed. He zooms around super fast with Xavier with the two having formed a nice bond. Feliks is still cautious around humans but getting more confident. 12 June 2021 Feliks is approximately 2-3 weeks old...

Elka

Elka and her 2 best friends, Koda and Obi. 17 June 2021 14 June 2021 Elka is a tiny girl but she has a big big voice and does not hesitate to use it. She loves to to hang out...

Paddington and Pedro

Paddington and Pedro looking gorgeous as all lambs do. How they manage to be this cute no one knows!  17 June 2021 Paddington all of a sudden came down with a fever today. He has been given some medication just...

What We Do

Millions of lambs die on Australian farms every year during their first 48 hours of life. These deaths are largely due to being abandoned by their mother shortly after birth often in the case of twins or triplets because the mother is unable to care for all her babies.

How You Can Help

Lamb Care Australia relies heavily on its network of volunteers. You can help us by getting involved in and of the following areas:

Help Our Lambs

Lamb Care Australia is operated solely by volunteers and funded by the generous donations given by members of the public.

Please donate today to help us continue our life saving work.

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