Sheep at times find themselves in rather precarious situations. After a severe storm in northern Iceland, dozens of animals were left trapped in the snow. One farmer, Elín Baldvinsdóttir, found her sheep huddled together under 7-10 feet (2-3 meters) of snow.
"Ewe really got a hold on me!"
The sheep in this situation got "in a little over their head," before a Wales firefighter took 40 minutes to complete the rescue!
Would ewe please leave? I need some alone time!
The sheep in this predicament was caught in a torrent of flood waters before being rescued & brought safely to shore.
This UK sheep was the victim of a swollen river & required "Extra" help to safety!
"Didn"t ewe realize we have a '2 for 1' Special this week?"
This sheep had fallen onto a cliff before an 8 hour rescue could be completed.
Ewe have no idea how happy I am to see ewe! It's been a real Cliffhanger!
This sheep stumbled into a manhole & found itself somewhat limited in its options.
Can ewe at least try & understand why I'm a little "Up-tight"?
This lost, helpless lamb, is afforded some hope as a rescuer uncovers his hiding spot.
Do ewe have any warm stew?
Whatever difficulty ewe will face today,ewe can be confident that the Good Shepherd is watching out for ewe & will rescue ewe!
"CALL TO ME & I WILL ANSWER YOU & SHOW YOU GREAT & MIGHTY THINGS WHICH YOU DO NOT KNOW".Jer.33:3