Only five years after the loss, this sheep returned to its owner.
Merino sheep farmer lives near Canberra. These sheep are distinguished by valuable wool, which is very thick and grows back quickly.
These sheep should be sheared every three months because they can get lice or parasites.
A very interesting story happened to one of this man’s sheep.
The lamb got lost while walking. They searched for a long time, but did not find it. The farmer hoped that he would return himself, but this did not happen.
A few months later, the owner finally gave up trying to find her, but five years after she went missing, she did return.
The farmer barely recognized her. She was overgrown, her dirty fur infested with parasites. And when you looked at her, you saw a giant ball of wool.
The poor animal had problems carrying this weight, as well as with vision.
The sheep breeder had to invite the best “hairdresser” of sheep, who suffered with wool for 6 hours.
After shearing, 42 kg of wool remained on the floor. It is safe to say that the sheep recovered significantly.