Diva has also started loosing her vision, she gets around very well following the herd. The small brass bells many of them wear, I suspect, is helping keep her on track. The only sign of a change in her vision is the cloudiness to her eyes, and the lack of a reaction to a hand brought up to her eyes/ face. The other does will blink when a hand approaches their eye.
Last night Diva's dam moved on to a new home as a milker for lamb milk replacement for bummer lambs. We expected more of reaction from Diva than we have seen today.
The big question i'm sure many readers have, Why have we not put her down? Diva continues to run and play with the younger does, she still shows signs of being comfortable and has shown no signs of being in pain. She eats well, and travels with the herd on every visit to the pasture. We have seen no loos of quality in her life. When she begins to show signs of pain or discomfort we will make a decision.