Lambs

Pan and Jethro

In ancient Greek mythology, Pan is the god and protector of shepherds and flocks and is half sheep and half man.  Our Pan, who was premature and only 1.7kg on arrival, is sweet and timid, probably because of his small size. He’s like a cute bunny you just want to tuck under your (non-woollen!) sweater.

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Herbie and Elliot

Herbie commenced as a sweet, loving, quiet and placid little lamb. He was what you would call a “dream lamb”! If he could, he would eat and sleep in your arms all day. He had neither good nor bad habits. He was just too good – a very easy-going little guy. Today he is the

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Rosemary and Thyme

Rosemary and Thyme (aka the Scarborough Fair Girls 🥰) arrived into care together having been surrendered by a farmer. Although they were both under the weather on arrival, as you can see here in these beautiful photos, they are both doing well. They are now in foster care for the next couple of months before

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Jagger and Griffin

Jagger was a serious worry when he first arrived. Very flat and unable to stand for long, we were concerned for his future. Now he is starting to look a lot better. He is maintaining his appetite eating hay, chaff and pellets as well as taking his bottle. Jagger finally has a spring in his

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Philip and Frankie

Philip is the feistiest, naughtiest boy in the world with a BIG personality! When everyone else is asleep he’s all ready to play. His “I’m outta here!” attitude means it’s hard to get a good photo of him. In one word Philip can be described as charming and he’s likely to be a real handful

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Patrick and Leif

Imagine being on your own at only a few days old in a big, strange world with no one you recognise and no mum to take care of you. This is the position our latest arrival, little Patrick Lamb, found himself in this week. We don’t know why he was orphaned or what happened to

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Ritchie

Ritchie was born one of a triplet and was surrendered due to not being able to walk. We are glad to say his legs are getting stronger and he even did his first Lamb Frolic this week which was great to see. Ritchie LOVES food! His appetite is so big that shortly after his feed

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Savannah

Savannah was born in early February. It was immediately evident to her human carer that she would need extra special attention. Thankfully they contacted Lamb Care Australia and we went quickly into action to get her to one of our Intitial Carers where she was started on the best course of treatment possible. Savannah is

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Peaches and Jett

Peaches and Jett arrived into the care of LCA mid July 2021 in the middle of the lockdown due to the COVID-19 virus. As a result our photographers were unable to visit their carer and take photos of them as young lambs. Instead we have these beautiful photos of the pair who are now 6

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