CRAP the kids have just bought home
November 14, 2006 11:37pm CST
another baby lamb it won`t stop bleating what will i do the neighbours will be complaining soon all the noise
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15 Dec 06
I'm sorry...I can't stop laughing. I would say that I am laughing with you, not at you. Of course, you are probably not laughing. I don't know what to tell you. This is making me laugh because it reminds me of a woman I used to work with. Somehow, she seemed to always have a new animal...a cat, a dog (or two or three), a miniature pony, a snake, etc. I guess I should be serious for a minute. I don't know how to control the lamb's bleating. Where did your kids find a baby lamb? Is there some kind of farm or animal shelter that will take the lamb?
15 Dec 06
ban it`s ok since i posted this topic the lamb finally settled down and i have moved both of them to live on a farm they are going great and growing up just fine they just needed a good start .The animals here consist of A snake,ferrets,dogs,kangaroos,birds,chickens,rats,mice,and four kids (mine)i laugh at them all the time
18 Nov 06
My mom takes care of injured/orphaned animals also! When I was little, I thought it was quite normal to have a squirrel or raccoon as a "pet". We've never had a lamb (although I love them and I'm always joking that one day I'm going to go out to a nearby farm and stuff one under my coat), but we've have had deer and we once has a silver fox. We had a mink one time too, and they're scary. The "look" cute, but on occasion we had to sedate him just to clean his cage and feed him.
18 Apr 07
Children have a habit of bringing home all sorts of things ... more so if they know that mum will take care of the little tyke. From some of your other discussions hope ... i think that the neighbours might be used to these strange creatures being in your home and yard ... and making a noise too. At least you managed to save it .. and find it a good home ... a real bonus considering the drought we have been going through these past few years ... and there would not be much feed out where you are for the animals.