Tustin: (August 1, 2015), Five sheep are in desperate need of a new home due to zoning restrictions at their current home. There are three females and two males; the males are neutered. One of the females is the 5-year-old mother of two 4-year-old twins. The other two sheep are between 3 and 5 years old. It would be best if this family could stay together.
Contact: Curtis | Phone: 661-877-8752
Connecticut: (March 4, 2015), Sherman is a 5-year-old 250-lb. neutered male Tunis sheep. His last remaining companion passed away recently and his guardian is worried that he’s depressed. His guardian would like Sherman to go another home with other sheep.
Contact: Carl | Phone: 845-883-7045
Salem: URGENT (Jan. 18, 2015), Nineteen sheep (one 10-year old female Romney Costwald cross, one 10-year old neutered male Tunis, three 4-year old neutered male Tunis, six 4-year old Tunis females, two 3-year old neutered male Tunis crosses, six 3-year old Tunis females) are in need of a new home. These sheep are wonderful, docile, and extremely social sheep, who all know their names. They love humans! Due to circumstances beyond their guardian’s control, she can longer provide for these peaceful creatures. She wants them to be placed in a loving forever home. It would be ideal if family units could stay together (smaller groupings are possible). She will euthanize rather than have them go to uncaring farm.
Contact: Sarah | Phone: 518-854-9704 | Email: email@example.com
Midland: (Oct. 28, 2015), Two 2 year old female sheep are in need of a new home.
Contact: Cheryl |Phone: 432-557-1775 |Email: firstname.lastname@example.org