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Old 11-22-2008, 09:11 PM   #11
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He's GORGEOUS !!
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Old 11-22-2008, 10:04 PM   #12
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Beautiful!
I used to hang around with goats a lot when I was a kid. I've never seen a sheep up close so I envy you your lovely fellow!
Sweet and useful in so many ways!
Congratulations!
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Old 11-22-2008, 10:30 PM   #13
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Thanks everyone!!!

TEMA, I have 4 goats of my own. All togather my family has 7 goats. None are angora unfortanatly.... LOL I also have a sweet part angora bunny and a lion head, in which I am attempting to make a better fuzz bunny. :D

Does anyone have any idea what kind he might be?
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Old 11-23-2008, 08:44 AM   #14
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Type of "shep"
Looks like a "Mittensus Sweatorius" to me! or maybe a "Longfleeceus Knitorius" or....

He's whatever YOU say he is! What a great acquisition for your stash! Although most of us don't have to feed and water items in our stashes, we also don't get to have such a cute "shep" around either.

So enjoy, and thanks for sharing the pics and story!

Happy knitting!

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What a cutie!!! Congrats on your new sheep. I can only imagine how excited you were when you got him. Love the pics'

Keep us posted on how it all goes. Congrats again
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@ Ruthie!!!

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Originally Posted by RuthieinMaryland View Post
Looks like a "Mittensus Sweatorius" to me! or maybe a "Longfleeceus Knitorius" or....

He's whatever YOU say he is! What a great acquisition for your stash! Although most of us don't have to feed and water items in our stashes, we also don't get to have such a cute "shep" around either.

So enjoy, and thanks for sharing the pics and story!

Happy knitting!

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Oh he's adorable! I'm glad to hear he will have a good home. sounds like the first part of his life was rough.

We had 4 goats total, all passed now. I miss those sweet faces.
Have fun with Shep.
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