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  • Doreen Micheals

    YES JESUS LOVES ME....THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO.

  • Linda Grosskopf

    In my next life I'll have a sweet little farm, including baby lambs. They remind me of Jesus . . . silent as a lamb - yet fully God. Fathom that.

  • Stephany Funk

    louise, 6-day-old cotswold ewe #cute baby Animals #Baby Animals| http://cutebabyanimals861.blogspot.com

  • Renee

    pinterest adorable animal pics | Uploaded to Pinterest

  • Monica Schwartz

    ...a newborn sheep... why would anybody eat this sweet creature.

  • Terenia Autrey

    Louise, a 6 day old Cotswold ewe, cuuuute! ohhh I so want to get to pet a little lamb how sweet.

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Ah, raised many of these growing up....feeding out of a pop bottle with a nipple in the middle of the nite. miss those days.@

Like da ears? Da kitti got 'is very own KATFLAPS!

Moose Babies! Look at those legs! It is very dangerous to approach a baby moose for two reasons: mother moose IS always nearby and ready to charge and baby moose is a grizzly bear's favorite snack. Photos are much safer! (FYI - Adult Moose are not to be approached either, they can charge & stomp you)

Little bighorn lambs at the Safari Park.

Maybe I'll get a lamb with coloring like this so I can have a black sheep but still dye the wool.

Our lambs were always born in January-February when it was soooo cold. We didn't have heat in the barn and I remember waking up many winter mornings with baby lambs warming in a box beside the wood stove.

I never thought about owning a goat, always a lamb...but here we are! That face!!!

John 21:15-17 - Jesus showed the urgency of putting his interests ahead of our own. He stressed to Peter: "Feed my little sheep." !! He asked Peter: "Do you love me more than THESE? ie.(fish that Peter was frying)" Peter had already returned to fishing after Jesus died. Before he was raised up, he appeared to Peter and 500 others.

sweetlysurreal: Neugierige Ziege - curious goat by Manuela Salzinger on Flickr.