In UK, a guy named David Palmer found a new-born lamb crying in the tall grass, but there was no other sheep near this little lamb.
Mr. Palmer rescued this lamb and tried to find the owner but no one ever came to claim it. His wife used a human baby bottle fed milk to the little lamb and named it Nick Boing. That was three years ago.
Mr Palmer tried to reintroduce Nick to farm-life, he had refused to go near other sheep and would not settle; Nick preferred his home comforts at the Palmer residence, watching TV and taking trips in the car.
Mr Palmer, 53, said Nick had even slept in his bed when he was a lamb but was too big for that now.
Nick has become a hit with the neighbours in the village and Mr Palmer said the sheep knows which gardens he is allowed into.
He said he had built Nick his own little bungalow in the back garden, complete with carpet and windows, but the sheep still likes to spend time in the living room.
"He's more intelligent than your average sheep that's stuck in a field.
He's in the house and in the car and meeting people over the park and around the village."
"He's part of the family. He comes in every evening, head-butts the cushions off the sofa and watches TV. If the biscuit barrel is out he'll butt it on the floor because he knows the lid will come off. Come 11 pm he'll have a swede or an apple and then he's out for the night. It probably smells in here, but I'm used to it."
Mr Palmer said: "It takes me five hours to shear him with a pair of scissors but I only have to do that once a year.
"He loves being shampooed and will lie on his back with his legs in the air for me to wash him."
He said Nick also enjoys lying in the front doorway watching the world go by and that he is the mascot for his son's rugby team.
Mr. Palmer also takes him to visit local schools.
"Who would have thought it? Going up and down the street with a lamb is one thing, I didn't think I could do it with a sheep but there you are. He's such good company and he knows what's what, he's not stupid at all."