Berrow's Animal Adventure Farm Park appeals for £1,000 to help save life of lamb

Berrow’s Animal Adventure Farm Park has launched an appeal for funding to help a lamb get the urgent medical treatment it needs.

The park is temporarily shut due to the coronavirus outbreak but continues to care for more than 250 animals at its facilities.

It has launched an appeal for £1,000 to help a baby lamb named Teddy that needs urgent treatment as he may have a neurological problem.

Teddy was born at the park last month with severe neck injuries and was abandoned by his mother just two days after he was born.

To help him to walk staff at the centre gave him round the clock care and nursed him back to health.

But the park said this week that Teddy had suffered a setback and would not stand up and vets said he could have an abscess on his spine.

The lamb needs intensive care, antibiotics and vet treatment to stay alive but the farm has had no income for the past month so cannot afford his treatment. To donate, click here.

 

 
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