Baa-my dad Wei Xingyu has turned the roof of his house in southern China into a sheep farm - to provide his baby daughter with a non-stop supply of milk.
Wei - from Changsha, Hunan province - and wife Lin opened the penthouse ranch a month before daughter Cian was born in April after China was rocked by a series of scandals over poisoned baby milk formula.
Wine salesman Wei bought two ewes for £300 and then let nature take its course when he added a ram to the four-storey high flock.
"I cut grass for them to graze on and if it gets too hot of the roof I walk them to my parents' home to graze because it is cooler and has more shade," he explained.
"We didn't know whether we could trust any milk formula after so many scandals so we decided that only fresh milk, produced right here in the home, would do," added Wei, 36.
In 2008 melamine contamination killed six babies and made 300,000 more seriously ill.
Wei concluded: "We just wanted to be safe."