These gorgeous sheep found themselves at the RSPCA back in May 2018, as their previous carer could no longer provide for them. Mary-Kate, Ashley, Miller and Michael were all born after coming into the RSPCA’s care. As there were rams at the property the originated from, some of the girls had arrived heavily pregnant.
These sheep are very timid around humans, especially the two boys. It is important that they are rehomed with other members of the flock, so they must at least be rehomed in groups of at least two.
Some of the sheep have been treated for nasal bot in the past, but all are currently healthy. Both boys have been castrated and all have been wormed/drenched and vaccinated.
Sheep require adequate fencing and enclosures. You will need shire approval and a Department of Agriculture registration (which is easy to get).
If you’d like to offer two or more of these sheep a loving home, please click the “APPLY HERE” button below.
* Animal Actionist promotes non breeding of all rescued animals, particularly in the interest of breaking the cycle of unwanted farm animals (most of them males,) that find themselves with little time to find a new home and end up in danger of slaughter. All farm animals adopted via Animal Actionist are intended as family pets, and therefore the same rules that apply for non breeding of cats and dogs, applies to these animals too. If you apply to adopt you thereby agree and are bound to not use this animal for breeding.
All suitable applications are forwarded to the current custodian for consideration, and you will be contacted as soon as possible to discuss your offer further. Please understand that it may take a few days for us to respond to you depending on the amount of applications received, and it is never a case of first come, first served with animal adoptions, as we have to do our best to locate the absolute best homes for the animals. If you have any problems or further queries, please contact Animal Actionist direct via the “contact us” link. Thank you so much for caring for animals.