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Abandon sheep! Fundraiser for adorable lamb after he's hit by car and left for dead near Marsden

Tiny Munchkin could be put down if his broken leg isn't fixed

A family are appealing for help to save an adorable lamb who was left for dead in the road.

The tiny lamb, named Munchkin, was discovered on a road near Marsden by Rianna Mir and may have to be put down after he was found to have a badly broken leg.

Rianna said she was walking home when she discovered the lamb in the middle of the road.

“He had been run over by someone and left for dead. He is the sweetest angel cake.

A Colne Valley woman is raising money to save Munchkin the lamb, who was left for dead with a broken leg after being hit by a car

 

“We have been taking care of him but his leg is completely broken and for vets to fix his leg it’s going to cost £1,600, which me and my family cannot afford.

“Please help and send £1 so he can have a pin put in his leg and will be able to walk properly again.

A Colne Valley woman is raising money to save Munchkin the lamb, who was left for dead with a broken leg after being hit by a car

 

“If he doesn’t have the operation he will most likely be put down as once he gets too big he won’t be able to hobble round on his three working legs.”

Rianna has set up a fundraising page to collect the money needed to fix poor Munchkin.

She added: “He really is the most friendliest, cuddliest bundle of joy and me and my family have fallen in love with him.”

A Colne Valley woman is raising money to save Munchkin the lamb, who was left for dead with a broken leg after being hit by a car

 

The family are currently keeping Munchkin in a smallholding with their other sheep and the RSPCA have been informed.

Donaldson’s vets in Thongsbridge are looking to treat Munchkin should enough money be raised. Donate here.

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