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NEWS - June 2011

Baggage the Mugger

baggage the sheep

This young lady has certainly blossomed since coming to the Sanctuary. Not only has she improved her health with all the nourishment, care and attention but she has developed an extremely keen interest in people using the public footpaths that run across some of the fields. In particular in what they have in their pockets and bags. To the extent that on gazing out of the kitchen window, walkers are seen taking their lives, or at the very least, possessions, in their hands with Baggage skilfully manipulating them along the path. The walkers seem to have adopted a zigzag pattern of traversing the fields in the hope, we assume, of avoiding Baggage’s attentions but all to no avail on their part.

 

Update on Rene and Rupert

Rene and Rupert

Having been with us for a couple of months now, Rene and Rupert have gone from very thin and undernourished ten month old lambs to plumpish one year olds. Complete with a smart hair cut courtesy of the shearer they have now joined our main flock of young sheep which has increased their confidence. We hope not to Baggage’s level. Time will tell.

 

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