Saturday, 23 January 2016

Our pet lamb

This is our pet lamb from 2015. Ivy was born in September and orphaned so we bottle fed her.

Pet Lamb @ Jocees Farm

The first photo is Ivy at 2 weeks old. She only had one speed - FAST - so getting a photo of her that wasn't a bit blurry was impossible.

Pet Lamb @ Jocees Farm

Pet Lamb @ Jocees Farm

These 2 photos were taken 3 months later, in mid December. She has been weaned and is now back with the main flock. She still loves the people that come to talk to her though.



18 comments:

  1. She is lovely and glad she remembers people who were good to her when orphaned. Have a great weekend.

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  2. It's neat that she still loves people, but is back where she belongs!

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  3. Hello Jocee, Ivy is so cute! I love the flock too, they are beautiful critters.
    Thank you forlinking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  4. What a beautiful young lady Ivy is! Glad she is happy with the flock. Happy Critter Day!

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  5. What a cutie! I'd love a lamb!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  6. Lovely photos of Ivy and she is even more beautiful with the flock in the background. She will always remember you, come to you or look at you, even when she is in the middle of a large flock of sheep.

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  7. She is just adorable, they all are, great moments.

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  8. Lambs are so sweet, but the grown sheep are cute as well.

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  9. I just LOVE Ivy! I have always wanted sheep, and would adore having a lamb to raise! She's beautiful!

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  10. Ivy was sure a cutie as a baby and has grown into a fine looking sheep. : )

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  11. oh she's lovely does she let you pat her?

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    1. Yes, she comes up for a pat and a scratch - but only when she feels like it :-)

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  12. When i haven't been to NZ yet, i thought i would touch a sheep whenever i get there, however there is really no chance to do that. So till now i haven't touched a sheep.

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