Tully (sheep).

This little guy came from a place where he was about to become a dinner guest (not in a good way), but luckily he found his way to us at about three to four months of age.

As soon as Tully arrived he displayed a strong need for company and affection, even though he barely knew us he was most content when being held and snuggled.  It was really lucky that we had recently taken in Rose and Bud – enabling us to place him with them for friendship and companionship.  Tully was over the moon to have sheep friends and never lets these two out of his sight – even when he was feeling frail, he would run to catch up to them so he would never be alone. It truly is a beautiful thing that he may now live out his natural life with his new best buddies Rose & Bud.

Tully is nearly always at the back in these earlier photos & videos, because he was very weak when he came to us and it took him a while to catch up to the others.

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Tully, Rose and Bud had all just been sheared, and we call this their NUDIE RUN! Chico wasn’t happy that everyone was having so much fun (we found out later he had sore teeth and he is now feeling much more tolerant).

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