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It’s not everyday you see livestock wandering the streets of New York City.
But a Brooklyn homeowner called 911 Friday to report a flock of young sheep had gathered in his back alley, police said.
The article goes on to state the following:
Pictures show the lambs huddled tightly on a narrow concrete space near a garden hose and exterior wiring before police corralled them into a trailer for transportation.
“Only in New York! This afternoon a Brooklyn homeowner called 911 after discovering a flock of sheep in his rear yard. #NYPD ESU safely wrangled them up and with the assistance of the Mounted Unit the 8 uninjured sheep were transported @NYCACC in Brooklyn,” the NYPD tweeted.
Only in New York! This afternoon a Brooklyn homeowner called 911 after discovering a flock of sheep in his rear yard. #NYPD ESU safely wrangled them up and with the assistance of the Mounted Unit the 8 uninjured sheep were transported @NYCACC in Brooklyn. pic.twitter.com/7wr5Ro7cx3
— NYPD Special Ops (@NYPDSpecialops) April 30, 2021
— Steve Keeley (@KeeleyFox29) April 30, 2021
The report states that it was unknown where the animals had came from. The were taken to the Skylands Sanctuary, which is located in Wantage, New Jersey, about 70 miles away.
The lambs are safe and on their way to @SkylandsSanctuary!
The main difference between sheep and lambs is age. Lambs are sheep up to one year of age. These young ones are lambs. pic.twitter.com/8H8OOB1pT0
— Animal Care Centers 🐶🐱🐰 (@NYCACC) April 30, 2021
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