Teenager adopts bumblebee which sleeps next to her and follows her to the shops

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pretty cute story.
Lacey Shillinglaw, 13, says "Betty" follows her everywhere after she first spotted it struggling two weeks ago.


She saw the large fluffy bumblebee lying in the road while walking her dog and scooped it up to place it somewhere safer.

Betty kept buzzing back to Lacey and after an hour she gave up and decided to take her home with her.

Lacey, from Coventry, West Midlands, then tried to leave Better outside but she has refused to leave her side.

 

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pretty cute story.
Lacey Shillinglaw, 13, says "Betty" follows her everywhere after she first spotted it struggling two weeks ago.


She saw the large fluffy bumblebee lying in the road while walking her dog and scooped it up to place it somewhere safer.

Betty kept buzzing back to Lacey and after an hour she gave up and decided to take her home with her.

Lacey, from Coventry, West Midlands, then tried to leave Better outside but she has refused to leave her side.

What a neat story, a bond is a bond.
 

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What a neat story, a bond is a bond.
In the (terrible) movie Jupiter Ascending, the story is that bees are genetically engineered by aliens to recognize and respect royalty. Maybe Lacey is a princess!
 

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In the (terrible) movie Jupiter Ascending, the story is that bees are genetically engineered by aliens to recognize and respect royalty. Maybe Lacey is a princess!

Disney would probably buy the rights to that.
 
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