Quickfire Guide to Sheep from RSPCA!


Recently we’ve come across a series of books based on real-life animal rescues by the RSPCA!

Plus for every copy sold, 15p will be donated to the RSPCA.

Click here to find out more

In one of the books, Lamb All Alone, there’s a flood in Ben’s village, and the sheep in the field at the end of his garden are in danger.

Ben’s family call the RSPCA who come to help transport the sheep to safety. But one tiny lamb is left behind!

Ben has a brilliant idea of how they can save it – but he and the RSPCA need to act quickly to rescue the lamb.

Lamb All Alone is out now – click here to find out more and get your copy!

And in case the book inspires you to find out more about sheep, the RSPCA has given us some quick sheep facts for you:

1. Sheep usually give birth once a year and have one to three lambs. Even though some ewes have single lambs or triplets, twins are the most common.

2. A lamb drinks its mother’s milk for about four months and then it eats grass, hay and grain.

3. Lambs can identify their mother by her bleat.

4. A group of sheep is known as a flock.

5. Sheep are able to see behind themselves without having to turn their head.

There’s a lot more information about sheep at www.rspca.org.uk