Tammy is a bouncy bundle of long legs. She gets fed three times a day and still wants more. She loves Khylami and once the bottles are finished goes after him to provide more milk which never materalises. She loves attention and is very demanding to the point of standing on your toes to get it.
Tammy arrived late one night after being bumped by a car whilst trying to follow her mother across a farm road. Fortunately she was only stunned and not badly damaged and after being brought to us was kept quiet for a day or two whilst being treated for shock. She has now settled down well and is completely intergrated in with our other antelope orphans. She now shares the new big pen with Khylami the Nyala, Lucy the Common Duiker and Kristina the Bush Buck. She is currently drinking up to nine litres of milk a day.