Sunday, November 01, 2009

Angelo the Rescued Lamb

Angelo the lamb and a silbling were born this September in the back of a transport truck on the way to the slaughterhouse. The sibling was trampled to death when the sheep were unloaded. A passerby rescued Angelo and he ended up at Farm Sanctuary, an animal refuge.

We thought our friend Evelyn, who sent us Angelo's story, and our readers would like to see him today -- a happy, healthy and very active lamb. So we're going to share a video.



If the video doesn't play, click here.

Angelo's story can be read at the Farm Sanctuary website.

We hope you had a happy Halloween.

12 comments:

  1. Angelo is a happy bouncing lamb

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  2. Though Angelo got a sad start in life we are glad the ending was a happy one for him. ~S,S,C & F

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  3. We loved this story. so glad there are people who care.

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  4. Thank you
    You made ouw sunday
    That was lovely.What a dwaling happy little lamb..I'm so glad he and the othew animals get to live at that lovely place
    smoochie kisses
    ASTA

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  5. Angelo we is happy yer life is so much better now!

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  6. Thanks for your nice comments about my sickie! I'm sorry -- I hope your human wasn't too upset by the pictures!

    Slobbers,
    Honey the Great Dane

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  7. That was lovely!! It made our day too!! Love A+A

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  8. What a great story, we are so happy Angelo got a chance.

    Woos, the OP Pack

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  9. What a happy bouncy boy!

    Tank woo fur sharing his story with us!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  10. You go, Angelo! I am so glad that he has a happy place to live now. I can't believe that someone would send a pregnant ewe to the slaughterhouse. What were they thinking? Maybe they weren't thinking at all and that was the problem.

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  11. What a sweet little lamby! He looks like he would be fun to herd!
    It a very heartwarming story.
    ~lickies, Ludo

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  12. Now this is a better story. So glad that he was rescued and is running and romping around in the fields. So hope that he will be able to do this the rest of his life.

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