Reader Squee: Squeeness of the Lambs

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Reader Squee: Squeeness of the Lambs
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Sirid B. says: "This is our first lamb of 2013. She will munch on your fingers if you are not careful, but she's a lot squeer than Hannibal Lecter!"

Yes, this widdle lamb is a squeellion times sweeter and cuter than that scary dude!

-Sally Squeeps

Interspecies Love: Fleecy Couple

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Interspecies Love: Fleecy Couple
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It doesn't matter if you're a sheep or a goat, fleecy cuddles are fleecy cuddles.

-Sally Squeeps

Reader Squee: Gentle Barn

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Reader Squee: Gentle Barn
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PunkRockBlue says: "This is Harmony, a sheep born less than a day before this picture was taken. She was born at The Gentle Barn, a farm animal rescue/sanctuary after her mother was rescued from a backyard butcher. I love her adorable smile, very squee!"

She looks so happy and peaceful. Those are the best kind of baby squees!

-Sally Squeeps

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Don't Be Sheepish

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Don't Be Sheepish
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Don't be sheepish, if you love someone let them know! Especially today, one of the most romantic days of the year! You might just make the world a little more squee.

-Sally Squeeps

Interspecies Love: New Herd

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Interspecies Love: New Herd
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The BBC writes,

"A young red deer has joined a flock of sheep on the Suffolk coast and seems to have been adopted. The deer appears to have lost his herd and joined 100 sheep, which graze on National Trust land at Dunwich Heath and Orford Ness in Suffolk. Andrew Capell, the flock's shepherd, said: 'They seem to have accepted him as one of their own.'"

Now that is some real life interspecies love!

-Sally Squeeps

Widdle Lamb

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Widdle Lamb
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Sally had a widdle lamb, its floof was squee as snow...

And everywhere that Sally went, the squees were sure to go...

-Sally Squeeps

Snowy Herd

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Snowy Herd
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Having a herd is nice during winter time, so you can huddle together for warmth.

-Sally Squeeps