A sheep had to have more than 75 pounds of wool cut off after running wild without being shorn for years.
The animal, named Baarack by rescuers, was spotted wandering in bushland in Victoria, Australia.
His matted fleece — grown over at least five years — was weighing him down, blocking his vision and threatening his chances of survival.
But Edgar’s Mission, in Lancefield, took the stoic animal in and gave him a much-needed makeover.
‘We couldn’t believe there was actually a sheep alive under all that wool,’ said the sanctuary on Facebook.