The other baby had died in utero and was never delivered.
Months passed, and Holly grew sick from toxicity. Her “owner” didn’t know about the second lamb and ascribed her illness to an earlier accident. She did her best to help, but Holly grew sicker and sicker and needed more than what she could provide.
Holly lived on a wool farm, as a prized contributor to her owner’s stock. Her children would follow in her footsteps, producing lush, quality wool for profit. But an accident on the farm changed everything: One day, while pregnant, Holly trapped her back left foot in an electric fence. She struggled to free herself for hours, in excruciating pain, until her owner heard her cries for help and released poor Holly.