Category: Where are they now?

Angel and Corey

Today is a very special day in our “Where Are They Now?” series. On 15 December 2017 our very first lambs, Angel and Corey, were rescued. Look at them now – 3 years on!

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Lola

Lola came to us as an 11 week old lamb in September 2019. She was being lovingly cared for but her people were unable to provide a permanent home. Now she lives with her friend Tiny and the two are inseparable. Recently 7 more sheep were added to her family. Lola, being top ewe, sorted

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Cooper

Cooper arrived in May this year.  He was in good health apart from a navel infection that was treated with antibiotics. 6 months later, and with a name change to Basil,  he is still doing well at his forever home with his other sheep friends. 

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Melanie

One year ago Melanie came into our care. She had a rare form of emphysema. This meant air bubbles formed in her lungs making it difficult for her to breath. She required a CT Scan to diagnose the issue. The right bottom lobe of her lung needed to be removed in what was the first operation

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Annabelle and Molly

Annabelle was found wandering on the side of the road and Molly arrived into our care at about a week old after sadly losing her mum. Now they are happy and heathly lambs living a life of luxury with one of our adoptive families.

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Phoebe and Chloe

Phoebe and Chloe arrived in July 2020. Phoebe arrived extremely hypothermic. Saving her life was no small feat but with a warming bath that lasted an hour, a hot water bottle, blankets and a heater we managed to stabilize her. Chloe came into care after being bitten by what we assume was a fox. She

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Mr G and Wilson

Mr G and Wilson both arrived into care in June. Although Mr G was in good health, Wilson arrived with a chest infection and a weepy cut on his leg. Read about them now in the words of their adopted family: “Wilson is adorable. He copies G’s antics but when I’m out doing something every

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Casper

In early August 2018, we received a call about a little dorper lamb. He was born a twin, but his sister died. His mother cleaned him, but then for some unknown reason left him behind. The farmer attempted to encourage Mum to accept him by putting them in a pen together. Unfortunately this accidentally resulted

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April and Bastien

April and Bastien then and now. It gives us so much joy to receive photo updates from our forever homes and see just what a great life our rescued lambs are now living

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