Fifi is a Damara cross lamb who was rescued at the end of February after her mother got tangled in a fence and died. Instead of a fate of a short miserable life in a meat farm, she got a second chance in Edgar´s Mission Sanctuary in Australia and she’s now been nursed back to health by other animals there.
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The Damara lambs are a relatively new breed in Australia bred for meat production and live export market. Edgar’s Mission Sanctuary is the home of many lambs that escaped that fate. There they get a chance to live a full and happy life, surrounded by other animals with similar backgrounds. No wonder they easily click and become friends.
When Fifi came to the sanctuary, she was desperate for company and milk. She missed her mum but she immediately started approaching any animal that would befriend her. And it was not hard for her: from Leon Trotsky the pig to Rudy the nurse dog, Fifi’s ability to make friends knew no boundaries.
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Probably her best friends are Snow Tiger and Snow Leopard, a couple of sibling cats also rescued and welcomed at Edgar’s Mission. And the cats also benefit from this friendship. Particularly Snow Tiger who was a frighten, spitting and scratching kitten when he just arrived and now he loves to cuddle with Fifi.
It’s amazing what Edgar’s Mission Sanctuary has accomplished with so many animals. It’s almost as if the animals knew they are all orphaned and in need of care, and they are willing to provide it to each other. It’s a big happy family.
For now, check out this great pictures of Fifi and her new friends!