What will the dogs make of them?
Tosca is too vision-impaired with cataracts to spot them, and Flossie is too ball-obsessed to see anything other than the occasional squirrel. And even then, the ball usually wins....
Oh, they are lovely! I'd be down there introducing myself to the owner and asking to pet them!
They are so beautiful. I really need a bigger yard. I wonder what they neighbors would think.
Now I definitely need to come for a visit!!
So cute, I love them !!! My dog would chase them, for sure, he is a bit like "Benton" (youtube).
Time to get out your spinning wheel?
Or Fenton the dog.
What cuties, even although their bravery may be called into question.
I definitely want one of those . I'd even sacrifice my charming neighbour for an alpaca or two ...
No. Your house is too small!! You can't have one!!
No, Rachel. Put it out of your mind. The gang would not be pleased if you acquired a couple of those.
The last thing I expected to see. But totally charming.xo Jane
Such cute and curious neighbors you have!
Adorable! And llamas are fun.
Need their names, please!
I have some lovely soft Alpaca Merino mix wool that I use occasionally to felt up little bears.... it is sooooo soft.....
oh.. and one other thing... Alpacas love to spit at people when they get close..at least the ones we met.. but their fleece is heavenly .. reminds me of what angel hair would be like.
I saw loads of alpacas when I went to Peru last year. I bought some wool (as cheap as chips out there) and knitted some incredibly soft baby items. I'd keep in with the owners, you might get the odd bargain!
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