To make matters worse, the students banded Regina's tail, which is a cruel practice of tying a rubber band around the base of a lamb's tail to deliberately cut off the blood supply and cause the tail to fall off.
When Regina's health deteriorated, the school decided to euthanize her. But when a student's mother found out what was planned, she knew she had to save the lamb's life.
"She convinced the school supervisor to place Regina with us instead of euthanize her," Pell said.
On November 30, volunteers from Farm Sanctuary took Regina into their care, and rushed her to an animal hospital, where she finally got the care she needed.