Lambs My Pet and Me


Lambs

Series showing children what it really means to have a pet. Ferne goes to Timmy's croft to meet his lambs.


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-Welcome to My Pet And Me. I'm Ferne.

-And I'm Rory.

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We've been getting the barn ready for the animals.

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We make sure they have the right food and water.

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And a comfy place to sleep.

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Lots of animals make excellent pets

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-and we love coming to meet you and yours.

-We do.

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I'm off to meet some new friends now. You can come with me.

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-See you later!

-See you.

-Come on!

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# My Pet My Pet And Me

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# My Pet My Pet And Me

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# Down every street Are pets to meet

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# Some big, some small Some scaly, some furry

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# Some keep very still Some are always in a hurry

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# Some have four paws

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# Some have sharp claws

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-# Some quack

-Some bark

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-# Some purr

-Some moo

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-# Some grunt

-Some squawk

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# Some cock-a-doodle-doo!

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# My Pet My Pet And Me

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# My Pet My Pet And Me

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# My Pet My Pet And Me

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# Have you met My Pet And Me? #

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SHEEP BAA

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Today we're on the Isle of Skye to meet Timmy and his lambs.

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Let's go find them.

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-Hi, Timmy.

-Hi, Ferne.

-Hi. How are you?

-Fine.

-Hi!

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-Are these your lambs?

-Yes.

-They are beautiful.

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-What are their names?

-Troy and Noah.

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So, Noah has the whole black face?

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-And Troy's got little black and white spots?

-Yes.

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-What type of sheep are they?

-Blackfaces.

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-And how old are Troy and Noah?

-Nine weeks.

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-So they're still quite young, aren't they?

-Yes.

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What is your favourite thing about having lambs?

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That you get to cuddle them and give them milk.

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Which one's the most cuddly?

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-Troy.

-And which one's the cheekiest?

-Troy.

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Is he? He's everything!

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Hello, you.

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-And how many sheep do you have?

-Um, a lot.

-A lot?

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Why do you keep them separate from the rest of them?

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They're still babies and we're still feeding them milk

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-and they don't have any mums.

-So, you're hand-raising them?

-Yes.

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-When they're bigger, will you introduce them to the rest?

-Yes.

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-When sheep live in a group, what's it called?

-A flock.

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-Should we go visit the flock?

-Yes.

-I would love to see them.

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-Daddy can look after the lambs.

-Shall we go?

-Yes.

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SHEEP AND LAMBS BAA

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-Timmy, is this the rest of the flock?

-Yes.

-They're gorgeous.

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You live in such a beautiful area.

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-Now, am I right in saying that you can speak another language?

-Yes.

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-What is it?

-Gaelic.

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Gaelic is a Celtic language spoken in some parts of Scotland.

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That's really cool.

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So, can you tell me what sheep is in Gaelic?

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-Caora.

-Caora. And what is a lamb?

-Uan.

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Am I pronouncing it right? Uan?

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-Yeah.

-And where are we now?

-Scotland.

-What's Scotland in Gaelic?

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-Alba!

-Al-BAA! Do you think that's what your sheep say?

-Yes.

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Rory, can you tell us some facts about

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-our woolly friends here in Al-BAA?!

-Of course, Ferne.

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Lambs have great eyesight

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and some even have rectangular-shaped pupils.

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Lambs have lovely, thick woolly coats

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that help to keep them warm and dry in cold and snowy weather.

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BAA!

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The baa noise a sheep makes is called a bleat

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and a baby lamb knows its mummy

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by the sound of her bleat and her smell.

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Timmy's lambs are young so he needs to care for them,

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because their mummies couldn't look after them. What do we have to do?

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We have to clean out the pen and give them milk.

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Give them milk? That sounds like a lot to do.

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-Shall we get started while they're out playing?

-Yes.

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-What do you think your lambs are doing outside?

-Running around.

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-Are they good at running?

-Yes.

-What do we do?

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We have to use these to pick up all the poo

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-and put it in the buckets.

-Right.

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Let's do that then.

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So the back of the pen here, where I am, is this where they sleep?

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-Yes.

-OK, and...

-And this is where they play.

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Lovely.

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Oh, there are lots of poos here!

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How often do you clean out the pen?

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-Once a week.

-That's good.

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Sheep and lambs spend most of their time outside,

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but because Timmy's lambs are young it's important that there's shelter

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-so they can hide from nasty weather, can't they?

-Yes.

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I think that's enough. I don't think that wheelbarrow can take any more!

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-Shall we take it out?

-Yes.

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Good work, Timmy.

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-Shall we make them a fresh bed?

-Yeah.

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Waa! SHE LAUGHS

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-Spread the big pieces everywhere.

-OK.

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We have to give the lambs new water.

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Whoa.

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-What do your lambs eat?

-Sheep food.

-Shall we get them some?

-Yes.

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Oh, perfect.

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Timmy's lambs are old enough that they've started to creep feed,

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which means that they nibble on different things around them,

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including this yummy sheep food.

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They've got some food, some water, their bed

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and their play area's ready. Shall we get them in? Give them some milk?

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-Yes.

-Who's going to bring the lambs in?

-Mummy!

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-Is Mummy going to bring your lambs in?

-Yes.

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-Shall we get the milking stools then?

-Yes.

-I'm ready.

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-Woo!

-There we go.

-Thank you! Hi.

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-Hi! You have to be careful feeding lambs, don't you?

-Yes.

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-What do we do when you're feeding them?

-Count to ten.

-Shall we count?

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-Yes.

-One sheep. BOTH: Two sheep.

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Three sheep. Four sheep. Five sheep. Six sheep. Seven sheep. Eight sheep.

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Nine sheep. Ten sheep!

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Milk comes out of a bottle a lot faster than it would an udder.

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So it's important to take lots of breaks when you're feeding sheep

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so their tummies don't get too full, too quickly. There you go.

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Look at their tails! Happy, happy lambs!

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One sheep. Two sheep. Three sheep.

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BOTH: Four sheep.

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Five sheep. Six sheep. Seven sheep. Eight sheep. Nine sheep. Ten sheep.

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-Put the bottle over here.

-Thank you.

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That way they know they're done. What do you think of your bed?

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He doesn't care about his bed. Too busy eating their food.

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What happy, cuddly lambs.

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-MEOW

-My Pet And Me!

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Timmy, your sheep are so playful,

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if they could do anything what would they do?

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DRUMROLL

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If my pets could do anything, they would jump on a quad bike.

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They would go down a big hill saying, "Baa!"

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And they would get to a pier and jump onto a minke whale taxi.

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They would go zooming all around the sea

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until they got to the land called Doodle-Cock-A-Doodle-Doo.

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Timmy, you do such a good job of looking after your lambs.

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Do you have any other jobs?

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-Yes.

-What do you do?

-I help Daddy collect the wool.

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-That sounds like great fun! Can I help you out now?

-Yes.

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-Shall we go?

-Come on!

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The lambs and sheep like to scratch themselves on trees and fences

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and sometimes their wool gets left behind.

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-Big piece!

-Whoa.

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'And Timmy loves collecting it!'

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LAMBS BLEAT

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-We've got some here.

-There's loads on this tree.

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Ooh!

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There you go.

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And a wee piece, right here.

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I've got an idea. We could make a picture for the lambs.

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-That's lovely. To put in their pen?

-Yes.

-And can we use this wool?

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Yes, we could use it for clouds, lambs and sheep.

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-That will be really fun. Shall we go?

-Yes, come on.

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-Troy and Noah are watching us.

-They are. They're cheeky lambs.

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-Do you think they're excited?

-Yes. Let's make the lambs' picture.

-Yeah.

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-Is that going to be a tree?

-Yes.

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-Do you think that looks like Noah?

-Yes.

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I'm going to stick some wool on.

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They are going to love this.

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They're going to love this. I'm going to draw Troy.

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Yeah, because I'm doing Noah.

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-Can I have some wool for Troy's body?

-Yeah.

-Thank you.

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-He's got loads of fur.

-Yeah. Keeps them nice and warm.

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That's some lovely blue sky.

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Ooh, I like the tree. That looks great.

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-I know what you could do.

-What?

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-Oh, a speech bubble!

-Mm-hm!

-Good idea.

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-I'm doing the sun rising.

-That's a nice idea.

-Coming over the hill.

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-So it's really early morning.

-Yes.

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-What about yellow buttercup dots?

-What about Plop, the barn owl?

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-Plop, the barn owl? Is that what you've called your barn owl?

-Yeah.

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Maybe we could do some poppies.

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This is the wrong brush to do poppies.

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But, look, we've got our fingers.

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There.

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That is the biggest barn owl I have ever seen in my entire life.

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This looks very ready to put up on the barn now.

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-Shall we show them?

-Yeah.

-OK. It's a masterpiece, Timmy.

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Be careful not the let the lambs out.

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-Now, I think we should put it here.

-Yeah.

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That's good because we don't want the lambs to not see it.

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-Wow. What do you think?

-Noah. Troy.

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This is a great picture. Do you think they like it, Timmy?

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-Baa!

-Yes.

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Thank you very much for introducing me to your amazing lambs.

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-I have had such a fun time.

-Thanks, Ferne.

-No problem.

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My Pet And Me!

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-Hi, Rory. Hi, Roxie.

-Hi, Ferne. How was your day?

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Oh, it was great. I had a brilliant time with my friends.

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-That sounds excellent.

-Pets are great, but you shouldn't

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touch an animal unless the owner says it's OK.

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Two pets you can play with are ours -

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go to the CBeebies website and play the My Pet And Me game.

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What a fantastic time we've had. We just love meeting you and your pets.

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# Today we met

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# A lovely pet

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# We see how much you care for them

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# Thank you so much for sharing them

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# Time for us to Just remind you

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# After you've played with your pet

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# Wash your hands Don't forget!

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# It doesn't matter what pets you've got

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# You might have one You might not

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# It's still fun finding out What having a pet is all about

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# My Pet My Pet And Me

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# My Pet My Pet And Me

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# My Pet My Pet And Me

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# Come back and see My Pet And Me. #

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ALL: Bye!

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Ferne goes to Timmy's croft to meet his lambs. They clean out the lambs' shed, and ensure they have plenty to eat and drink. Together, they gather loose wool from around the fields and make a picture using paint and the wool they have collected. They hang the picture in the shed for the lambs to enjoy.


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