Woman Wants To Pet The Sheep But They Keep Running Away
When you go and visit a foreign land somewhere, you will probably want the immersive experience, right? Going where the locals go, do what they do, eat where they eat? How about going to some remote area, where the folk lives privately, off the land, raising their livestock? It might just be the best way to experience this country you are visiting.
But when you see their furry sheep, you don’t think of a farm worker. You think of the poodle you once had as a kid and just want to pet it and hug it and squeeze it. It would be like going to a factory line; you can’t hug the worker mid-job because he reminds you of your dear uncle Joe! This is exactly how these sheep felt when one <a href="https://rumble.com/v30jnx-hundreds-of-sheep-surround-unsuspecting-tourists.html" target="_blank">tourist</a> felt compelled to pet them because they were just. So. Fluffy!
Up in the mountains of Switzerland, a tour group stumbled across a herd of <a href="https://rumble.com/v30nga-sheep-cafe-in-south-korea.html" target="_blank">sheep</a>. This lady wanted to pet them but they kept running away from her. Eventually, her sister joins in but watch as the sheep run away for her as well!
Notice how peculiar those sheep look? They are called Valais Blacknose Sheep, a breed native to Switzerland and Germany. There are several breeds of sheep that have a black face, but what distinguishes the Valais from the others, other than the unique texture of their fleece, are the black patches on the legs.
To be honest, if we were in her spot, we would probably want to pet them too!