- A helpless sheep weighed down by a 40-kilogram hair on its body has received help as the hair has been removed
- The sheep named Alex was said to have been burdened by the overgrown hair and needed serious help to shave it off
- After it was shaved, the sheep could be seen in a video, enjoying its relief, chewing away unlike before when it couldn't even walk
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A hapless sheep with overgrown hair has received serious help as the hair has been shaved off by good samaritans.
The sheep named Alex was overburdened by the hair that did not allow it to walk or see properly because it was too heavy for its body.
A whopping 40kg hair
The massive hair that was on the sheep's body weighed a whopping 40kg and was obviously a heavy load for the animal.
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It was found in the bush and it could not walk with the load, as it is weighed down and blinded by it.
After the hair was carefully removed, the sheep was seen in a video enjoying its newfound happiness and freedom.
Watch the video below
Social media users react
People who have seen the amazing video could not hide their feelings as they quickly bared their minds in the comment section. Here are a few of the comments:
"Ok amazing but the intense background music actually has me in tears."
"He must feel so light and free!"
"This seriously made me cry! Hes soooo cute!"
"Such a relief!!"
"Now sheeps make me cry too? Omg. I should know to never open this page when I don’t want to shed tears lol."
Slot helped out of electric cables
Meanwhile, Nigeria's number one news site, Legit.ng, had previously reported that a helpless sloth was helped out of danger after it got trapped on electrical cables. The incident happened in Colombia.
The animal was in danger of getting electr0cuted after it wandered to the danger zone. However, it was rescued by maintenance workers who quickly mobilised to the scene.
The beautiful animal was later released into the wild much to the relief of many onlookers.
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