I’m sure you guys will agree with us when we say that cows are adorable creatures. They behave like dogs, they like being hugged and they have fun personalities. Overall, cows are just pretty awesome creatures. But now we’ve seen Lil’ Bill, the reputations of cows are getting so much sweeter by the second.
We have found possibly the most adorable cow to date. Why I hear you ask? Well, it’s because he’s the world’s smallest cow and he’s called Lil’ Bill.
Lil’ Bill, the world’s smallest cow, has been melting the hearts of the world recently when pictures of his tiny stature went up online.
This adorable little guy weighs in at just 4.5kg! That’s about the same weight as a domestic cat but just a tenth of what other cows his age should weigh.
The gorgeous little calf was taken to the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine by his owners. Thankfully, Lil’ Bill was given the all-clear from the vets. He wasn’t sick or suffering, he was just a whole lot tinier than the other cows. The vets’ Facebook page stated:
Occasionally, we get a case that has us scratching our heads a bit. Lil’ Bill is one of those cases! He was born weighing a little over one-tenth of what newborn calves typically weigh. Stay tuned for more updates on Lil’ Bill!
Lil’ Bill, the world’s smallest cow, has managed to gain quite the following and fandom after the pictures were shared online. Honestly, it’s not hard to see why – he’s gorgeous!
However, the vets have still not revealed the reasons why they think Lil’ Bill is so small, but they are working on a diagnosis.
Rest assured that Lil Bill is still receiving incredible care and lots of love! We are working on a story that will give you all an idea of why he’s so small, what we’re doing for him, and what his prognosis is, so keep your eyes peeled!
Move over, micro pigs. It looks like micro cows are about to become the cutest animal around now!
How adorable is Lil’ Bill the world’s smallest cow? I think I want one of my very own. Also, at Happiest we love hearing all of your opinions. So please let us know what you thought of the article in the comment section below. ?