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Almost 3 weeks old

Saturday, February 1st, 2014 at 9:12 AM by CALF (Sharon) Calf's Little Edie Lamb

Well little edie lamb is almost 3 weeks old…She truly is a little angelic being.
Everything to her is an adventure, just like a baby in any form she fears most things and runs to us for comfort or protection.

NOW take a minute to think from the dark side, as it is not all rosey, lambs that you see skipping in the fields are destined for a violent death…
Most lambs are taken between 8 weeks old – 16weeks…Many are not even weaned and the first time they leave their mothers side, they are taken by a stranger, loaded into cold concentration style lorry’s…
transported with 100s of terrified babies to the coldness of a slaughter house, where they wait their turn to be stunned, if they are lucky they will be unconscious ( but still alive with a beating heart.)
strung up by their legs, throat cut and bled to death.

And these are just babies

I get NO pleasure from telling the truth, infact i dislike even talking about it, but the reason i do is for edie, milo and pip who came to us as newborn life…I myself not so long ago NEVER knew the truth about “lamb” i conditioned my brain to believe it was an older animal that had had a long happy life


Now take a look at edies story/life and share her face to help others connect, turning away, pretending it does not happen DOES NOT help the animals that LIVE this life

PLEASE BE A VOICE For all the edies of the world

edie lamb

edie lamb

Edie lamb is almost 3 weeks old.
She is such a sweet gentle angelic little being.
She suckles my finger and it really breaks my heart to know she will never be with her real mother.
Tears fall as i type and think of the billions of little lambs that are taken away from their mothers, most not even weaned.
I once spoke to a girl whose family were in the lamb farming business and her story sticks with me forever.
She wanted to witness a lamb slaughter so that she could write about it, but what she saw affected her so badly…We are brainwashed into thinking/believing that killing animals is humane and done peacefully.
NO WAY can any killing be done peacefully and kindly.
She was very disturbed by the non stop frantic bleating of the lambs.
she asked why are they crying so badly
Her relative replied
“Because this is the first time they have left their mothers side”
Lambs are killed 8-16 weeks old and most babies are not even weaned.
A lamb is no different to a puppy.
If humans were to take a puppy away from its mother unweaned, put it into a lorry and drive it for miles to a concentration camp and violently murder it, then sit down and eat its tiny little body…There would be outrage
So WHY are you not outraged at the eating of baby flesh of another kind of animal.
Edie lamb, is loving and affectionate, she has ALL five senses and uses them.
She feels fear and pain
The sad thing is humans are so far disconnected that they do not see the truth or reality of the suffering they consume
YOU have the power to change
Little edies kind do not


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Edie Helps Us at Gevans Place

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014 at 7:27 PM by CALF (Sharon) Calf's Little Edie Lamb

Little edie lamb had an action packed day as she got to experience my driving the defender from hell lol
Then she skipped and played in the field and finally took a nap whilst we did all the hard work

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Edie Meets Ed E.A.D

Friday, January 24th, 2014 at 7:31 AM by CALF (Sharon) Calf's Little Edie Lamb

Little edie has been going outside to meet the rest of our lovely sheep..
Ed E.A.D is the leader, he is in charge and wow what a leader he is. He is not aggressive at all but he uses his power and position wisely…I could talk about ed e.a.d all day :0)

Yesterday he stood watching, whilst all the others crowded around the new baby, each one of them had their own views and thoughts about the new little lamb edie

Ed waited and then he casually strolled up to her and checked her out.

He is such a cool dude, i think edie like him :0)


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My visit to Gevans Place

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014 at 9:37 PM by CALF (Sharon) Calf's Little Edie Lamb

Today i took little edie lamb to see our gevan..
It was lovely to see gevans face, she was curious, she even kept breaking off eating her treats to watch baby edie play.
Little edie who is normally very afraid of anything or anyone knew obviously felt very comfy with gevan as she decided to run in her direction, i have never moved so fast. Not that gevan would intentionally try to hurt her, but the size difference is way to much.

Edie skipped around the field of dreams so content and happy


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Calf Welcome new life “Edie”

Tuesday, January 14th, 2014 at 11:28 AM by CALF (Sharon) Calf's Little Edie Lamb

Today i got the text a “bummer” lamb if you can take it in…Sadly we do get many calls to take in animals that are worthless in the industry
( thats a very ill lamb in industry that would be unlikely to survive.)
Happy that we get the chance to save a new born life, yet tainted with a sadness that the lamb will be raised by humans….Yet we have to put that feeling aside and take peace from the fact that we can save a life that hopefully will raise awareness in 100s of people who see this lamb and change the way they think about the food that they eat.


Warren had been to the funeral of his aunty edith ( edie) today and he asked if we could call the new rescue Edie :0)
After we got the lamb home we were shocked again to find out it was a little girl, so the name edie fits perfect







Apparently she is not standing well and was rejected by her mother…
So calf now take on an orphaned lamb, that needs lots of love and attention.

We will do our best for this little girl and are thankful for any support that people can give us financially as edie is just the beginning of lambing season…
If wanting to get on board with the calf team to donate and be a part of what we do then please see the donation link.
Without your support we could not rescue these lambs.

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