Tom

What is he? He is a lamb.
How old is he? He is one month old.
How is he related to Jerry? Tom is Jerrys’ twin brother.
Who looks after him? Mrs. L, Ms. Townsend, the Year 9’s and Sophie Davies (me!) have helped.
Why does he need special attention? Due to an udder disease called mastitis, his mum was no longer able to feed him and so she rejected him.
How is he getting fed? He is getting fed by a milk formula in a bottle with special teats.
How can you tell he is Tom? You can tell by looking at the height of the two lambs and noticing that Tom is taller.
What’s a fun fact about Tom? Never (and I mean NEVER!) pick up Tom as he will poo all over your leg. On Monday last week one of our year 7’s experienced this and Tom was in the time out shed. Tom will also follow Jerry where ever he goes.

Jerry

What is he? He is a lamb.
How old is he? He is one month old.
How is he related to Tom? Jerry is Tom’s twin brother.
Who looks after him? Mrs. L, Mrs. Townsend, the Year 9’s and Sophie Davies (me again!) have helped.
Why does he need special attention? Also due to an udder disease, his mum was no longer able to feed so she rejected him.
How is he getting fed? Just like Tom, he is getting fed by a milk formula through a bottle with special teats.
How can you tell he is Jerry? If you look at his height you will notice that Jerry is smaller. He will also come to you first when you call.
What’s a fun fact about Jerry? Jerry likes to nibble on a finger and will run away from you so watch out!

By Sophie Davies