MILLIE's maternal drive knows no binds.
The protective pooch has never actually had puppies of her own, but makes on the role of mom to other creatures great and small in a heartwarming exhibition of motherly adore at its finest.
Shirley Honeyman, whose daughter owns the pooch, speaks Millie's maternal advocates firstly loomed a few years ago when she took the appropriately worded "Peg" -- a rescued magpie with one leg( envisioned) -- under her paws.
" Peg was free to come and go as she could pilot penalize, but Millie would not make anything else come near -- "cat-o-nine-tails" included -- and would never plagiarize her nutrient from her either ," speaks Shirley, from Nhill.
Since then, Millie has befriended various orphaned lambs and constituted a special alliance with one in particular.
" She took a real glows to Comet, a miniature Persian lamb, and they would often run around together then sleep in the sunshine on the veranda( pictured )," Shirley says.
" And just recently she decided to mom a bit kitten( envisioned) that my lad created dwelling, and now that it is starting to grow they are the best of playmates, too.
" She has never had the opportunity to be a real mother, but she seems to be slaking her mothering instincts in other modes ."
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Source : heraldsun.com.au