Four of the girl sheep, two ewes and their lambs, went out to do a little showcasing of their Shetland heritage. They were part of a small petting zoo at the Colors of Kendall celebration in a small town near where we live. It was a perfect October day, lots of sun, no wind, and mild temperatures. They were excellent examples of their breed. They were also forced to eat many animal crackers and subjected to much petting. Such well behaved petting zoo sheep! It was the first time I have done anything like that, and I would do it again. The children enjoyed the sheep, and the adults asked many intelligent questions. I also took a whole bunch of wool in various stages from a raw fleece to spun yarn and my spinning wheel. A good time was had by all.