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| GPO Box 2116, Canberra, ACT 2601 | ABN 13 957 855 464

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Sheep of Little Oak Animal Sanctuary

Little Oak Farm Animal Sanctuary is currently home to 33 sheep from a large variety of backgrounds.  Although we often think of sheep as being so alike they are almost indistinguishable, each sheep is indeed an individual and has a very distinct character with their own personality.  To learn more about them and the issues that face their kind in Australia, visit their page.  To support our work for sheep you can donate to us (donations over $2 are tax deductible) or support a sheep through a one off or ongoing sponsorship of them.

Zoe
Born in a slaughterhouse, Zoe's mother was killed shortly after giving birth
Gordon Lambsy
Gordon Lambsy was orphaned at birth
Moon
Molly
Erykah Baadu
Jean Claude Van Lamme
Daenaries Stormborn
Artie
Chris
Chris the sheep shot to fame in 2015 when he was found in bushland outside of Canberra carrying a world record 41kg of fleece
Baartholomew Button
Found malnourished near a field of dead and decomposing lambs, Baartholomew Button is fortunate a passer by found him
Ziggy Stardust
Found by a passing truck driver, newborn Ziggy Stardust is lucky to be alive
Eddie Shedder
Brigitte
Conan the BaaBaarian
Tyrion Lambister
A lamb who started his life in a Sydney apartment
Wooly Harrelson
Luck shone on newborn lamb Wooly when wildlife rescuers found him
Edith
Twin lamb Edith born at sanctuary after her pregnant mother was saved from slaughter
Louis Lamb
What a wonderful world, Louis was never meant to be born, his pregnant mother was destined for slaughter
Bing
What a wonderful world, Louis was never meant to be born, his pregnant mother was destined for slaughter
Ondine
Emilie
Pregnant with twins Emilie was saved at the last minute from slaughter
Harriet
Pregnant with twins Harriet was saved at the last minute from slaughter
Shaun
Shaun grew up in Vaucluse Sydney after his mother passed away on the farm he'd been born on
Bella
Tim Bailey
Known as "the whether man" Tim is an elderly gentleman of advanced years
Joe
Joe was rejected from a petting zoo for being 'too ugly' - can you imagine! This gorgeous older fellow is an absolute sweetheart
Liam Lamsworth
Liam is lucky to be alive after his mother passed away whilst giving birth to him
Poppet
Found wandering after a huge storm, orphan lamb Poppet was sad and alone
Cecil
Daph
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Far from how they are commonly portrayed, sheep are highly intelligent individuals who will form friendships with particular other sheep.  Despite their gentle nature and capacity to suffer as any other animal, sheep aren't protected by the same laws as dogs and cats. 'Codes of Practice' side-step the rules, meaning that painful procedures can be undertaken without pain relief, and their lives are routinely ended well before their natural lifespan has been reached.  It doesn't have to be this way.

When you sponsor a Little Oak lamb or sheep you will be helping protect all sheep. Your sponsorship will support Little Oak's essential advocacy work – sharing the stories of individual sheep and the plight of their kind across the nation. 

 

Sponsor today, and we'll take you on a journey to learn more about sheep through our regular updates - exclusive only to our monthly sponsors. We'll also keep you up to date on how your monthly gifts are helping to secure a brighter future for the sheep at Little Oak, and their kind across Australia.

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Ongoing

Supporter

$75

Could help Little Oak provide care for a vulnerable newborn lamb with nowhere else to turn

$50

Could provide vaccination, worming and food for lambs and sheep in need

$25

Could feed the lambs and sheep  in our care for a day

Your donation

Looking for a unique & meaningful gift?


A lamb or sheep sponsorship makes the perfect gift for an animal lover. The special sponsorship gift pack includes a stunning colour A4 photograph, Little Oak fact book, sponsorship certificate, and more. You can choose for the gift pack to be sent directly to your gift recipient, or you can choose to receive it to give to them yourself.

There are 3 different levels of sponsorship:

  1. $25 - receive sponsorship pack (certificate, photo & story) via email

  2. $50 - receive printed certificate, A4 printed photo, story in a stunning A4 folder

  3. $75 - receive a printed certificate, A4 printed photo, and story in a stunning A4 folder along with an organic cotton sheep tote bag valued at $30

All ongoing sponsors (monthly contributions) are eligible for the printed sponsorship pack.

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