Paige arrived after a difficult first day on earth. That is all behind her now as she is welcomed into the arms of LCA. Paige pulls some very funny faces which you cannot help but smile at. She gazes into your eyes for long periods in a way that makes her seem very wise, which
The lucky lambs who appear on this page are those who have been adopted into a loving forever home where they will live out the rest of their natural life.
The recent wet weather left 2 little lambs all alone to fend for themselves. Fortunately, they were found and surrendered into our care. Together Tia and her brother Lambington now have a bright future to look forward to as they leave the dark and stormy days behind them. Tia is a beautiful girl who is
Teddy and Tahlia arrived together. Both lambs were both rejected at 6 days old but by a different mothers. Teddy is one of the prettiest lambs his carer has ever seen. He is quite a lot of fun and a bit clumsy and goofy! If anybody’s going to get their head caught in anything it
Cruz was seen alone, dazed and confused in the middle of a paddock. His rescuer contacted the farmer who happily allowed her to take Cruz into her care. After a day on IV fluids at the vet he then reached LCA. Cruz was treated for PEM. Thiamine deficiency reduces energy availability to the brain, which
Aurora was one of a triplet so weighed only 3.5 kg when she arrived. Although she struggled latching onto the bottle the first night, by morning she was showing her carer that she wanted her bottle just as much as the bigger lambs. When Nash arrived into care he was so young that he was still
Nutmeg arrived with her friend, Sylvie. Nutmeg is very bouncy and full of life. Sylvie is a tiny lamb weighing only 3.1kg but has a big baa! Thankfully for this cute duo, the farmer contacted us about taking them into care when she found them alone in the paddock without their mums. What a great
On 18 September a terrified young lamb arrived into care. Stevie, a dear little boy, was blind and, understandably so, was incredibly fearful of what was happening to him. His fear was exacerbated by the fact that he was feeling very unwell with a temperature of 41.1. Medication and cooling towels did little to relieve his