Thursday, October 15, 2015

Pet Day 2015

Coroglen School was full of calves, lambs, goats, rabbits, ducks, chickens, kittens, a piglet and a crab recently at their annual School Pet Day as well as celebrity guest Midget the roaming turkey.
The children bring their pets to school all groomed to compete in several competitions including rearing, leading and presenting their diaries. This year the school decided to include a best dressed category.
The most nerve racking category is the leading where children must lead their pets around a marked out area and try not to be lead by the animals. The lambs must stay at one point and come running when called to, not an easy feat. It is a wonderful event watched by young children, parents and proud grandparents.
A regular feature is the shearing of a sheep's fleece as well as games such as  'Toss the Gumboot' and 'Needle in the Haystack' which is enjoyed by many.
This year the 'Most Obvious Pet' went to Stormi-Lee Whitford with her lamb Malcom.
















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