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"What is man without the beasts? If all the beasts were gone, men would die from great loneliness of spirit. For whatever happens to the beasts, soon happens to man. All things are connected."

Chief Seattle native American

Many people think animals all look the same principally farm animals and in particular sheep. To help dispel this misconception I have included here a portrait gallery. Clearly you can see that each animal is an individual, each has his or her own expression. Clearly some display emotion.

 
A rare breed of sheep her gentle expression shines through even fenced in a paddock
 
This delightful creature was so friendly, very trusting. Once they get to know that you will do them no harm they became very friendly. She circled the car while we were eating our lunch peering in hoping for something to eat. She took food from our hands. The photo was taken at Cows green reservoir in Co Durham.
A very friendly ram who came right up to the fence. Some sheep may be as curious about you as you are about them
Sheep are very friendly animals when they know you will not harm them. This ewe is a member of a small flock of rare sheep who live and graze in the University of Durham's Botanic Gardens.
(c) 2008 by Wanda Embar, Vegan Peace. Picture taken at Farm Sanctuary. Picture Library sheep

Doesn't she look peaceful. This fortunate animal lives at Farm Sanctuary where she will live out her days free from abuse and premature death in a slaughter house.

The picture above is one of many to be found on Vegan Peace's website. To see more pictures of Sheep and other animals click the link above

 

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I am not an animal expert of any kind just your average person who loves animals, all animals, and feels deeply about the plight of many of our fellow creatures. Neither am I a writer, or any other expert. Therefore please keep in mind that the information included in this website has been researched to the best of my ability and any misinformation is quite by accident but of course possible.

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