The Ram That Was Discovered In The Woods Was So Fuzzy That It Could Barely Move

Edgar’s Mission Animal Sanctuary in Australia recently rescued a ram named Barack. He had apparently been lost in the wilderness for a long time, and it was clear that he was so woolly that he could scarcely walk wrapped in all that wool.

Sheep, in general, require frequent shearing because their coats can become so thick that they find it impossible to move about freely.

According to The Dodo, Barack had reached the point where moving was a full challenge after his time alone traversing the wilderness.


The animal sanctuary posted on its Facebook page, “In a post on its Facebook page, the animal sanctuary stated:

“They discovered him roaming through a state forest, among the diverse trees, native creatures, and perils.” Every day, his wool got longer, his predicament became more terrible, and his prospects of survival became slimmer.

Fortunately for Barack, assistance arrived just in time, and things were looking up for this ram. Barack was rescued from his woolly prison by Sanctuary workers, who used scissors and a lot of care to give this sweet critter a well-deserved makeover.


The personnel of the refuge reassured:

“Now that he’s free of his 35 kilograms (77 pounds) of thick wool, he can see the world more clearly than ever before. He can walk more effortlessly than he ever could before, and he can express himself in ways he never could before.

Barack now has a shot at a better life, owing to his resilience gained through living on his own for so long. And, of course, grateful to the sanctuary’s assistance in improving his quality of life.

Barack will now be able to spend his days at the sanctuary in comfort and quiet, surrounded by individuals who will always look after his well-being.

Finally, the sanctuary penned the following:

“When we see Baarack, a pleasant grin appears on our faces and a warm warmth warms our souls. The amazing power of compassion is brought to our attention.

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