If your 4-H'er falls in love with it, they'll want to spend lots of time with it.
If they go to feed her, they'll want to brush her.
If they brush her, they'll think she needs a bath.
If she gets a bath once, they'll think she needs a bath every morning.
If they give her a bath, they'll want to blow dry her.
If you let them blow dry her, they will want a fan hung in the barn to keep her cool while they are at school.
If they get up to feed her to keep clean they will wear wind pants and a hoodie over school clothes.
If they wear clothes over their school clothes, you will have to pick them up at the barn because they won't come back to the house until they need to go to school.
If you pick them up at the barn, they will strip off the top layer of clothes as you drive them to school.
If your truck is still full of clothes when he gets in after school, they will want to go back to the barn.
If they want to go back to the barn, you can make them do their homework before they visit the barn. Homework will be done the fastest ever!
If they are more motivated to do their homework, they might reach their reading goal for the month before the last day of the month.
If they get their reading goal done before the last day of the month, you might let them show the calf at some shows.
If they want to go to more shows, they will find there are other things to show other than cattle.
If they find there are other things to show, they will want another animal.
If they keep doing their homework, feeding and grooming the calf, you will let them them have a lamb and then you will find out what happens when you give a 4-H'er a lamb.