Happy

happy

Suspicion and curiosity exude from this little lady, and it’s easy to see how she successfully faced down a seemingly insurmountable battle to survive as a baby.

Even as a grown Ewe, Happy is still petite and pint sized, and with good reason! She was orphaned from a very young age and left to fend for herself within a flock of hundreds, lack of nourishment stunting her growth.
Pinching sips of milk from unsuspecting Ewes and eating much more grass than a Lamb of such a young age usually would, she survived through each day alone.
Against all of the odds, she made it! Her clever nature and sharp instincts pulled her through, pretty impressive for a baby am I right?

On arrival 6 months ago Happy was thin, scouring and far too small for her age, evidence of her battle apparent. Fast forward to today and she is Happy by name and Happy in nature. As all the Sheep charge forth for their evening snacks, there is one set of legs you will see flooping in the air, HAPPY!! We don’t call her the Party Lamb for nuffin!
We will often find ourselves one Sheep short and start to worry, a quick search of the paddock often finds Happy alone and eating some left over Lucerne that the flock has missed, she still holds a very independent spirit.

The face fuzz may be gone but the cuteness remains, we love you Happy Lamb! Happy is now a much loved member of our main sheep flock.

Status

Residents

Species

Sheep

Gender

female

Personality

Happy by name, happy by nature!

Rescue Date

28/08/2022

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