A black sheep is the pet of my cousin. It guards the house. Any rare pets….

@SHAMRACK (8443)
India
January 18, 2011 3:10am CST
I had seen people commonly having pets like parrot, love birds, dogs, fishes, cats so on. But my cousin’s pet is a black sheep. It guards his house, as whenever some strangers comes its start shouting mee…mee…mee..... Also it attacks with head, if any stranger tries to open the gate and get in. Moreover my cousin is 22 years old, he feeds his pet well. This sheep obeys his mater very well as dogs. It is safe for my cousin that it do not bite anybody I hope so...
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4 responses
• United States
20 Jan 11
Oh my, that is so funny, a sheepdog. I live in a big town, so we are no allowed to have livestock as pets. You would have to live on a farm, or live out in the countryside where the rules has not changed as yet. I have a dog but would love to have a goat, sheep or a pig as a pet not to eat. One day, it will happen I need to make enough money to move. Lol.
@SHAMRACK (8443)
• India
21 Jan 11
Money is some we all need for such activities, to feed pets we need money.
@JenInTN (27565)
• United States
18 Jan 11
Oh my..I would hope to never come unannounced to your cousin's home. I would pass out cold if a black sheep tried to attack me! That's a very neat pet.
@SHAMRACK (8443)
• India
19 Jan 11
Yes it is very neat pet. Thanks for valuable responds....
@Sreekala (23601)
• India
18 Jan 11
Hello sham, We had sheep in our home when I was a child but not any more. Feeding of them was our duty after the school time. We got a nice opportunity to play with other children in the name of our sheep. That time sheep are common in many houses. Sadly now nobody has the time for sheep and other pets. It is really funny to hear that this sheep is acting like a dog. Hitting with his head may be strong and painful, if you are not familiar to this sheep then take extra care when landing your cousin’s home. Thanks for sharing this.
@SHAMRACK (8443)
• India
18 Jan 11
Luckily it is friendly with me, as I seen, from its small size onwards.
@katcarneo (1433)
• Philippines
21 Jan 11
My cousin raised a duck as a pet. Every morning he would fill a basin of water for his duck to waddle in. It had a name. It walked around the house like a cat or a dog and was petted. I don't know much about the intelligence of ducks, but that one seemed to respond when called. Or maybe it just got used to the fact that when it was called, it was going to be fed. Anyway, it's life was short but my cousin loved that duck a lot.