Animal rights activists often face very difficult situations and they rescue not only dogs and cats, as we expect, but also animals of other species that find themselves in a difficult situation.
This case was also an extraordinary one. Australian volunteers found a huge moving ball of wool and could not even immediately determine what species its carrier belonged to.
And only when they sheared up to 20 kilos of wool, they saw that it was a sheep.
The sheep was wandering about the field, having no owner and not belonging to any herd, but in appearance it rather looked like a tangled fur. Locals think it hasn’t had her hair cut in four years.
And it seems that this is true, because no one has ever seen such an amount of wool in their practice. At first, it was possible to guess only by the head that it was a sheep, as it slightly peeked out of the woolen clod.
The director of the animals protection organization said that wool in such quantities threatened its life and health. Usually there are breeds of sheep that are bred specifically for wool and they should definitely be sheared, as they do not shed naturally. If this is not done, then the animal is threatened with overheating.
And the sheep’s wool probably went to a large carpet. After the haircut, the owners found her and, we hope, they will take care of her.