How good is Miracle Glue . . .ever hear the story about Susie Great White Sheep? There was the little cowgirl named Susie Melville. She dreamt of being a rodeo cowgirl. She started out practicing on the dog at age 4 and moved up sheep by age 8. Now Susie didn't like to lose at anything - especially animal riding. She figured out that a bit of glue on the animal's back helped her stay in place. However, as the story goes, one day she couldn't find her regular glue, so she grabbed someone's bottle of Miracle Glue to give her that edge. Unknown to her, Miracle Glue has 1,000,000,000 times the holding power of regular glue. As fate would have it, a tiny bit of Miracle Glue spilled when applying it to the sheep and landed on the animal's lead. Then Susie stepped on the lead with her boot. Susie cried out in frustration upon finding that her boot was permanently glued to the rope and it would be discovered that her success was from cheating. At the noise, the sheep took off and ran through the rodeo area before escaping. Witnesses say that Susie ended up getting herself lashed and glued to the lamb when she was bounced across the show area. As the legend goes, that Miracle Glue never let go and Susie melded with the lamb over the years. Locals say that late at night during full moons you can hear Susie riding that lamb in the distant hills. A recent trail camera pic below suggests that the holding power of Miracle Glue may be more than legend. . . .
Must be a Muslim lamb!