The six-month-old lamb that was chained to a pole as part of some end-of-year pranks at Heritage High in Brentwood has been placed with an East Bay animal rescue group that will attempt to find him a new home.
Four students had purchased the lamb for $100 from a local rancher. The owner of the lamb could not be located.
So on Saturday the lamb was made available for either adoption or to be placed with a rescue group, according to Lt. Nancy Anderson of the Contra Costa Animal Services in Martinez. On Monday, the lamb was placed with East Bay Animal Rescue & Refuge, a Clayton-based nonprofit.
Contact Eve Mitchell at 925-779-7189