Initial Care

Sebastian and Flea

Sebastian came into care via our friends at Edgar’s Mission when he was only 24 hours old. He weighed only 3.4 kgs but had a big appetite for a little lamb. He quickly found comfort in the heating duct and a new friend, Flea. Flea came into care after being found all alone. As with

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Winnie

Dear little Winnie has many health issues to contend with. At almost 4 weeks she only weighs 3kg. She is having leg problems which we will investigate to try to find out the cause. Despite these early set backs in her short life, Winnie has a very special spirit and is not afraid to tell

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Drudo

Sometimes we are contacted about older lambs who need to be surrendered. Drudo is one such lamb who, at 4 weeks old. lost his mum. We can’t imagine how devastating this must have been for him having bonded closely with her during the first weeks of his life. Drudo was clearly struggling with the loss

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Rykie

When Rykie first arrived she could not stand, her wobbly legs unable to hold her, her body flopping to the ground. Rykie has improved significantly since her arrival. As her premature brain developed so did her sense of proprioception and she started to figure out where to place her legs to shakily stand up, then

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Noa and Avani

Noa and Avani are the absolute best of friends, in fact the only time you see him slowing down is when he wants a snug session with Avani. Noa is a wild child and lives for the adrenaline rush, extreme sports are his thing, he hardly stands still for a photo. Avani sweet and soft,

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Erik and Olive

Erik was found on the side of the road still covered in afterbirth without another sheep in sight. We suspect he is another lamb who was born on a transport truck and was somehow thrown free. Although we will never know his real story, we imagine his mum, still on the truck witnessing her baby’s

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Brida

Brida came into care after being found freezing cold and alone by the farmer. Her temperature upon arriving into care was only just over 33 degrees and hypothermic. She was conscious but very limp and floppy. We worked hard to warm her up and get her comfortable and she kept fighting too. Once warm and

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