Mister human baby, drink lots and lots of Shinki-Mama's milk and grow big [and strong]...Shinki Mama's Milk (1)
Among the yukkuri Shinkis renowned for their motherliness, there exists a subspecies that bestows love on children of any species, whether yukkuri, human, or other animal. This subspecies has two insect-bite-like protuberances on its yukkuri belly that exude a liquid similar to mother's milk. Like mother's milk, this liquid contains various antibodies and the nutrients an infant needs--in human babies, it has been confirmed to suppress various allergies and communicable diseases, while in baby yukkuris, it prevents yu-mold, anti-yukkuritis, and other diseases to which they are prone. For this reason, breeders raising baby yukkuris find them to be a convenient wet-nurse to replace mothers with poor milk production. However, because the Shinki subspecies itself is rare, they fetch high prices.