A south London farm has been "overwhelmed" by the response to a crowdfunding appeal to help sustain the animals during the coronavirus lockdown.
Last week the Deen City Farm, in Merton, launched an emergency fundraising appeal which has already raised nearly £22,000.
The farm has been closed to visitors during what is usually its busiest time of year as people come to see new born lambs.
Funds will be used to feed and look after the nearly 40 animals while the farm is closed.
Nick Golson, Manager of Deen City Farm, said: “We have been overwhelmed by the amazing response to our fundraising appeal.
"It has made us even more determined to make sure we can get through this difficult time and welcome everyone back to the farm as soon as we can.”