Nia Shetland’s First Proper Soaking

One month old Nia Shetland survived the Beast from the East, and her first real soaking when the sky opened and dropped a deluge on the herd and me.”Bucketing down” is not too strong a term to use here. Nia was surprised, shocked and bedraggled in seconds; she quickly sought the protection of a nearby leafless oak tree in the North Riverside Pasture. Then, as quickly as it started, the rain stopped and she immediately ran to her mum for reassurance and a rub-down.

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4 Responses to Nia Shetland’s First Proper Soaking

  1. Sherry Felix says:

    🌈 Hope you all dried out fast.


  2. Vicki says:

    Awwww. How cute is Nia.
    Poor thing. I can well imagine the shock of a thorough soaking and the cold chill of that storm front.

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