Michelle has a lamb. She is Scarlett. Do you know what breed she is? A perendale. A perendale is a good breed for farmers because they have lots of lambs and can survive in different weathers. Scarlett has soft wool on her head that sticks up like it has had an electric shock. The fut on her body is curly and tougher than the hair on her head. Her hair looks as white as snow. Scarlett's tail is short, it was long but they docked it. Docking is when they put a rubber band round the tail and the tail falls off. When you feed a lamb you need a bottle with special milk and a teat on it. When a sheep or lamb sleeps at night their shelter is filled with hay. Do you know why? Because it keeps them warm. Mostly Scarlett drinks milk but Scarlett has a little nibble of grass. She communicates by sucking, wriggling, and bleating. When she squats it means she needs to go to the toilet. When she wriggles it means she is fill. When you run in a paddock the sheep might ram you. When they are young they will frolic. Scarlett frolics. When Scarlett came in I think we should have been more quiet!