Looks like he brought Teh QTE with him, too. Fantastic. #PopeInDC.
“Taken while on vacation in New Zealand during lambing season. Saw hundreds of lambs from afar and two up close. These two are being walked by their owners who were girls in the NZ equivalent of the 4H Club.” -Cyndie C.
“P.S.: Cute Overload is Internet Prozac!!”
There. Are. No. Words.
“We had two more twin lambs (Reuben and Summer) born at the Farm Sanctuary New York Shelter on Monday,” says Meredith T.
“These babies are in addition to Hazelton, who was born last week— both to mothers who were pregnant at the time we rescued them.”
“As we start of the Year of the Sheep, this is how the first moments of life should be for ALL lambs.”
“Here at Farm Sanctuary, mama and babies will live out their lives together.”
Heck, we’ve only got so much space here. We’re goin’ with sheep. Take a look at these LAMMIES WITH JAMMIES (A lamb is a sheep that is 12 months old or less, yo) from Meredith T. at Farm Sanctuary! (Names are in the hovers- that’s Dinah in the featured spot.)
HAZELTON UPDATE ACTION 8:50am PT!
JUST IN from M.T.: “I had to let you know that, miracle of miracles, we have a precious newborn lamb at Farm Sanctuary’s New York Shelter!!!! Little Hazelton, named in honor of a generous supporter, was born Feb. 12 after his mom was rescued and required round-the-clock care to ensure a safe delivery.”
Still got a bunch o’ months til ‘Tocktober. BUTT: Who says you can’t have Quality ‘Tocks in February? No one, that’s who.
Oh, and one more from Edgar’s Mission because why not. That’s what people say, mmm hmmm.
“Quadruplet lambs born in East-Hungary on the farm of Lajos Szabó,” reports Vajda B. “It was the 3. Pregnancy of the mother. Pick one up as a favorite, if you can.” OK.
(Fotó: Czeglédi Zsolt.)
“Today I am lamb sitting. He’s four days old. The mum had twins and rejected him. He’s doing well on bottles though,” says Reddit poster Jessisrad.
“This is Snow Cone’s baby lamb,” says Cuteporter Alex K. “His mother is a type of sheep called a St. Croix. His father is a European Mouflon, a wild breed of sheep. This created a hybrid lamb that is 50% wild. He was born right after midnight Wednesday morning. The first video I was lucky enough to capture him minutes after birth. Sadly, I missed the birth itself, but this is literally minutes later. It’s pretty amazing.”
What tries to wobble up…must then wobble down.
“The second video I just finished filming and was taken two hours after the first. It’s his very first steps, which include a lot of spills. It’s kind of funny, but definitely a Cuteness Overload.”