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. She has been welcomed by Amelie and Clara and the 3 now form a very close trio.
21 June 2021
Pagan is still quite a short lamb but is growing outwards instead of upwards so is becoming a stocky wee lamb.
20 June 2021
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!
18 June 2021
Clara and her best friend Amelie are great escape artists that managed to get out of their pen with ease until their carer made it escape proof.
Pagan is full of attitude and a little bit sassy considering her tiny stature.
17 June 2021
Clara is a bottle hog and is quite happy to knock anyone out of her way when it comes to getting there first.
Amelie is one of the cutest lambs with her fluffy head and black spot on her back.
Tiny Pagan came in only weighing 2.4kg but has put on a kilogram since being with her carer. We are so happy to see her getting stronger every day and to see her making friends with Amelie and Clara.
16 June 2021
Pagan loves to bounce and jump around, she recently decided she loves to jump up on her carers bed and leap off.
15 June 2021
Pagan is determined to not be left out in the cold just because she didn’t get there first!
14 June 2021
Tiny Pagan was one of triplets and was the smallest of her siblings. She was unable to stand so was surrendered into our care. She weighs just over 2kg.
13 June 2021
Clara could not have been born on a more terrible day. Freezing winds, heavy rain and cold are difficult for all newborn lambs, but when you are a lamb who cannot yet stand or even open your eyes it is a certainty death will follow. Luckily Clara is one such lamb who has beat that fate and instead come into our care.
Clara arrived dehydrated, hypothermic and with severe entropian eyelids forcing them shut. We battled through the night to stabilise her and this morning her temperature is normal, she is attempting her first wobbly steps and drinking really well. A vet visit was required to fix her eyes.
Once she was feeling better she met Amelie and the 2 have become firm friends.
12 June 2021
Sweet Amelie arrived into care after being plucked from the winter chill by the farmer. Also with a very low body temperature, she has needed some extra blankets to warm her but is doing great so far. Amelie has a gorgeous little black spot on her back.