||Three years old|
||Kamerun, Heidschnucke sheep|
||Biskrichen, Leun, Germany|
was rejected by her mother because she couldn't walk. Frieda was
hampered, she hobbled on her legs, so she wasn't strong enough to drink
from her mother. We had to feed her with the bottle, and it was a lot of
work, but it was worth it. Frieda is a little special. When I shoot the
ball to her she kicks it back with her head so we play football that way.
If Frieda likes a person, she nibbles on their shoes. Every day when I
go to see her, she runs to me and then she walks after me. When Frieda
was little she was in a baby bed. When we went to bed, she jumped out of
her bed and walked to my parents bedroom and tapped with her hoofed on
the door. And she did it again the night after that night, till we had
to put her her in the basement at bedtime so my parents could get some
sleep. Now she is three years old and stronger than before. And she is
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