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||An ewe (female sheep)
Chirin's mother is the mother of Chirin in the 1970/80s Sanrio film Ringing Bell and 1970s book Chirin no Suzu (Japanese: チリンの鈴, Chirin no Suzu) by Takashi Yanase.
Chirin's mother raised a young lamb known as Chirin in a farm. As a gentle, naive child Chirin was taught by his mother never to go beyond the fence in which they lived, but after Chirin's mother was eaten alive by Woe the wolf, Chirin became more aggressive and began to view Woe as a father figure, but could never bring himself to kill other sheep from the farm in which he lived.