Don’t go breaking our heart – meet Kiki Dee
If you hear a loud bleat and turn a corner, you may be surprised to come face to face with this 1.9kg spunky lamb, Kiki Dee.
Little Kiki Dee is petite, there’s no doubt about that. All 1.9 adorable kilograms of her! She literally fits in the palm of our hands. Although we must say she has taken up far bigger real estate in our hearts. But do not let size fool you for this spunky lass has a set of lungs on her like no other as she leaves no one in doubt when she wants her bottle, belting out her melodious “baas”.
But do not let size fool you for this spunky lass has a set of lungs on her like no other as she leaves no one in doubt when she wants her bottle, belting out her melodious “baas”.
Born the weakest of triplets, Kiki Dee got the rough end of the stick right from the start in more ways than one. With survival rates for wee lambs such as she poor, and even poorer for those who have come off worse for wear on the receiving end of a bird’s beck – her right eye its victims. But nobody is telling her that, for the last thing we wish is for her to go breaking our heart. And so, we are doubling down, medicating up, and we’re giving her our heart because “it’s up to us, babe. Whoa, we think we can make it…”
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