Wee-Lamb is a determined little thing.
Today we had introductions with the Boyzenberries with me standing by ready to grab, wade in, whatever. I had fed everyone up a huge breakfast hoping everyone would be too full to be mean (well, that was my theory).
‘Bert was briefly interested and then wandered off.
‘Ster was a bit “odd” and had a small butt.
And Lambie asked to be let into another field – he was funny later on when I took BeAnne for a walk in the field. He sucked up to me and was very loving, sweet even – and unlike him. He remembered being my little Lamb (*** sniff ***). I told him he still was.
I didn’t fully trust everyone together so when Edna and Little-Lamb followed me out of the field, I quickly shut the gate and separated them all again. Madge is not being kind.
This afternoon, I supervised Madge with her mother, and sister.
The problem is that Little-Lamb is curious, nosey and bouncy.
And Madge is jealous.
Madge doesn’t look for trouble but Little-Lamb goes up to say hello and then she gets butted and it is not nice.
Madge then attacked her mother (twice) and would not back down until Edna ran away, taking baby with her.
Now they are separated again and I think will be until Little-Lamb gets a bit more robust. I hate doing this but I would equally hate a broken Little-Lamb leg or worse. I don’t trust Madge. She is very cross and aggressive at the moment.
Meanwhile, we are toying with the name Alba for Little Lamb.
She is beyond divine and comes running up to me and yes, there is lots of Lamb cuddling.