One little lamb becomes two, then three little lambs

Well, everyone (but Cindy and Bev) know that sheep are “flock or herd” animals. One lamb amongst a pack of dogs has serious identity problems. Not to mention a lamb that started life sleeping in “Grandma’s” bed.

945What to do? Get more bummers! It seems there’s an ample supply this year.

So, they go from “Paco”, the lone lamb… to a small flock, adding “Taco” and “Wooly”. Now, the new guys don’t get near the treatment Paco got. They’re confined to dog crates at night, and outside in the back yard just as soon as possible.

948The weather is quite agreeable, and with three of them, there’s safety in numbers. Especially with a pack of dogs who believe their lot in life is to eat, play, and sleep.

The back yard has some “edibles”, that really have to go away before any landscaping can be done, so the little lambs are sort of “earning their keep”. The little “kids” get a shelter, so they can escape the hot, summer sun.

960No thoughts yet as to what happens when they grow up…

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