Our little premature lambs are now up and bouncing, and have learned that the livestock guardian dogs are excellent snugglers. Bridé is thrilled to have babies to play with again; we got her spayed this fall, so she's done having puppies of her own, but every spring she still gets to lick and nurture new wee ones from the flocks.
The tiny lambs made it through their first night and are adjusting to the big, cold world they weren't quite ready for. Neither is big enough to suckle from the standard, rubber bottle nipples that we would usually use for bottle-baby lambs, so they're drinking from a horse syringe (no needle attached) every hour. Oghr, the little female, is the weaker of the pair and can't really stand up yet; Nightwish has made a few attempts at walking around the kitchen already.
Farmer Shannon runs MSSF and keeps horses, sheep, goats, ducks, chickens, pigs, dogs and cats, while living gluten-free & spinning/weaving for a hobby in the SCA.