This section of the book is from the "Stories of Animal Sagacity" book, by William Henry Giles Kingston.
There is another story about a ewe which I should like to tell you, and which shows the affection she had for her young.
A lamb, frisking about near its mother, contrived to spring into a thick hedge, in which its coat was so firmly held that it could not escape. The ewe, after vainly trying to rescue her young one, ran off with violent bleatings towards a neighbouring field, breaking in her way through several hedges, to where there was a ram, and communicated to him the disaster. He at once returned with her, and by means of his horns quickly pushed the young creature out of the thorny entanglement in which it had been entrapped.