It is interesting how sometimes while you lose something on one side, on the other you get even more. Maybe that is a balance which nature makes around. This was the case with two lambs who were born on the same day and lost their moms at the same time.
Meet Gary – Lamb From the Auction
Some animals just don’t have luck in their lives. Or, maybe that just looks like that? Gary was born somewhere on the way to the livestock auction. If he just waited a few hours more, maybe he would be sold together with his mother. But, his sad destiny was to stay without her on this way, and this is how the story started. One of the farmers saw him around and decided to save him. He called people from “Where Pigs Fly” and secured a new home for this frightened animal.
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Meet Penny – Lamb From the Farm
Just at the moment when farmer rescued Gary, on his farm, Penny was born. This lamb was another one that was rejected by her mother. Not nice story to hear, but that is the life. The farmer called the organization one more time and secured home for Penny too.
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Together Is Better
These two animals started their four hours trip from the farm to their new home, the sanctuary “Where Pigs Fly.” They were scared, so they stayed together in the car. It looked like this was love at first sight or simply friendship which helped them feel better.
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I'm Hungry, Feed Me, Please
Both of them were hungry. This is why Deborah Pearce, founder of “Where Pigs Fly” fed them just upon their arrival. She knew they needed colostrum milk, as that was the only way to keep their immune system at a desirable level.
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The Meal Is Tasty Only in a Pair
These lambs were addicted to each other. Although they were not from one mother, they were inseparable. Maybe that was the reason they do everything together. They even eat in a pair, because in this way their meal has a better taste.
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The Afternoon Nap
They got all attention they needed. If you come back to the beginning of the story, this sounds unbelievable. But, they were lucky to get a new chance in their life to grow up. With this afternoon nap help them to become stronger?
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Sleep Is Important for Young Animals
In the sanctuary, they have all they need. It is crucial for their bones to spend a lot of time in the sun. This is why people from sanctuary take care of every detail. They let them sleep in the backyard, while sun rays care them gently.
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They Are Not Scared Anymore
These lambs do not look like those animals from the beginning of our story. They are not afraid anymore, and they enjoy every moment they spend together. Their curiosity makes them explore, and this is how they learned different things.
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The first thing they learned was how to play around. Of course, they always do that together, because it is somehow expected. Nature is wonderful, and they know how to use all the benefits from it.
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Naughty, but Still Sweet Behavior
But, it is not always everything perfect. Sometimes these two white angels turn into two naughty animals. If you are going to visit the sanctuary and use the bike, watch your wheels. You might end up without them in this fascinating place.
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If you could watch lambs how they are playing, you probably know they can be very interesting. They jump around like children and know how to rejoice. Besides the farmer, Deborah Pearce and her volunteers are the most creditable for this happiness.
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They Will Survive
Although the life struggle is a hard thing, we believe these beautiful animals will defeat all troubles. The bond between them will last forever, and this might be the beginning of one beautiful friendship, the most valuable relation in the world.
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