When you think of cows, you probably imagine a farm with lots of big cows eating grass or sunbathing. The funny thing is that cows are like dogs in some ways. They love attention and have their own personalities. Cows can even greet their owners the same way dogs do.

Lil' Bill is no exception when it comes to love. You are unlikely to find another calf like him. Lil' Bill was named because of his tiny size. In fact, he's the smallest cow walking on the planet!

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"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," wrote the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine on Facebook, where Lil' Bill was brought for examination.

Lil' Bill's photos have been posted online and are being shared by everyone. It's no wonder people are falling in love with this little boy. He weighs as much as an average house cat.

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Being a little concerned about his size, Lil' Bill's owners wanted to make sure everything was okay with him. He was taken to the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. After some tests, vets said that Lil' Bill was perfectly healthy.

The adorable calf is just tiny. He has no health issues and his owners have nothing to worry about.

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It is still unknown why Lil' Bill was born so small, but researchers from the Mississippi State University continue to try to find an answer.

Whatever the reason for his tiny size, it's sure that this calf is loved very much. And in the end, love is all that matters.

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