Rambo had already been through so much. He had escaped his own demise when he was rescued from a hoarder who locked 17 animals together in a small stall. Rambo was very violent and no one wanted him. Except for Catskill Animal Sanctuary. After the sanctuary took him in, Rambo gradually calmed down as he was allowed the room to roam free.
But that winter night, something was seriously wrong.
"Show me what's wrong," the woman said, and Rambo led the woman, Kathy Stevens, founder of the sanctuary, to a stall with a door ajar. The turkeys had been left outside in the cold weather and where coyotes could easily hunt them. Rambo saved the lives of the turkeys.
This is just one of the ways Catskill Animal Sanctuary learned from this amazing sheep. And Rambo learned from the sanctuary how to love and trust again. "A sheep who had never known kindness had empathy," said Kathy Stevens, founder of the sanctuary.