Category: Where are they now?
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
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
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
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
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