|Michael and friends|
|Tessa holding sheep to me|
|Flanking while leaning on/moving the sheep.|
The lambs are doing well, and the ewe who had trouble with her third lamb is a bit depressed acting but is eating, drinking and feeding her other two lambs. I'm hoping she will be back to normal soon. I gave her another shot of antibiotic yesterday. A depressed acting sheep is most likely hurting since sheep are naturally evolved to show their pain as little as possible in order to stay alive. A predator would go straight for a weak looking sheep, therefore sheep try to mask those signs as much as they can. I have even seen sheep pretend to be grazing when they are just lowering their heads and brushing the grass with their lips when they didn't feel well enough to eat.
I just missed a really cute picture here. The spotted lamb was trying to climb up on the cat tree. Why a cat tree in the sheep barn? Well, for the sheep- cat of course.