Stamp your foot in a pathetic and not even vaguely alarming manner.
charge at the dog and head butt him till he goes away.
baa loudly while running away, leaving the lamb at his mercy.
A door with a sloping ramp through which you can see lots of other sheep.
A window one metre off the ground through which you can see sky.
A person (if you don't see that as a possible exit then you're not even trying to think like a sheep)
Whine and moan about how itchy wool gets when its wet.
Ask a friendly neighborhood sheep to scratch it for you.
Roll over on your back, scratch the itch, stay there till you almost die and wobble around the place in a lopsided and drunk looking manner when the farmer finally stands you back up.
Get your self a nice little plot of paddock and raise a happy healthy family.
Head butt one of them every time it comes near while fervently protecting its twin.
Ignore the pair of them, they have funny noses, besides you never liked their dad.
Sit down, curl up in a ball and look thoroughly miserable.
Huddle up with all your paddock mates circling to try to get to the centre, all the while looking thoroughly miserable.
Turn your bottom towards the rain and, of course, look thoroughly miserable.
The nice patch of hay under the trees.
Near all the other sheep and lambs so that the lambs will be well welcomed.
In a ditch, pond or any other patch of water.
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Sheep in a Jeep
Fun sheep book for preschoolers
Buddhism for sheep
For the discerning sheep