Once known as 'Britain's loneliest sheep' — Fiona is alone no more
MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:
Good morning. I'm Michel Martin. Once known as Britain's loneliest sheep, Fiona is alone no more. After spending at least two years stuck at the bottom of a cliff in Scotland, Fiona was finally rescued and is now living at a farm about 25 miles north of the border with England. Some animal rights activists feared that she'd become a spectacle because of her social media fame. But the farm's head animal keeper says not to worry. Fiona will live out of the limelight in a small pasture with just a few other sheep. It's MORNING EDITION. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.
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