Chirin is a male sheep who appeared in the movie Ringing Bell.
When his mother is killed by Woe the wolf, Chirin demands that Woe train him to be tougher. Unfortunately, after trying to protect an orphaned bird nest from a snake, he ends up accidentally killing the unborn baby birds. As Chirin grows up, he develops a form of Stockholm Syndrome and starts to view Woe as a father figure.
One night, Woe is about to attack the sheep pen again. Chirin is about to follow through, but seeing the sheep trying to protect their babies reminds him of the death of his own mother at the claws of Woe. Chirin makes Woe leave the sheep pen, but the other sheep are too afraid of what Chirin has become to thank him.