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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Barnyard

Sultan, WA, 98294
Pet name:
MaeBelle is an amazing story of resilience and care that is at the heart of Pasado’s Safe Haven’s mission. Pasado’s Safe Haven staff rushed to rescue MaeBelle after she was found by a volunteer with severe wounds from a coyote attack and 4-5 years’ worth of fiber built up on her body from years of neglect.

As we learned more about MaeBelle, we learned she had not just survived one coyote attack but two. Coyotes had attacked and killed her entire herd until it was just MaeBelle left on her own. When we brought her to the sanctuary, the outlook was grim and chances of survival were low. But we were determined to save her and MaeBelle showed us she was determined to survive! The only signs that she was once near death are the scars she carries. We are unsure of how her medical history will affect her future health, but for now she is doing well with no medical concerns.

During recovery and the many medical procedures that came along with it, we discovered MaeBelle’s fondness for apple snacks! Once she was healthy enough, the only thing MaeBelle loved more than her apples were her walks around the sanctuary. She walks wonderfully on a lead and did very well when finally introduced to the other sheep at the sanctuary.
She’s not a bully, but MaeBelle does know how to get her way and likes to be in charge. She would do very well other sheep that are okay with her being on top, and would love a human that will still give her the strolls and time with her people – oh, and LOTS of apple snacks!



  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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