Sunday, September 7, 2008

Fuzzy faces

I took Rena, my llama, up to Nikis' (JNK Llamas), to go to her new home. She never was a very happy camper being the only llama and I needed her to be a guard llama. She has an extensive show career and liked other llama company. So next weekend she will be heading to a llama show home where I know she will be alot happier (even though I'm really going to miss her) :(

There was a plus to going there though....I got to see all kinds of friendly, fuzzy faces and thought I would share a few of them with you. :)


Pamela said...

So sorry--know you are going to miss your little girl.

Loved the images you posted. Those llama eyes are gorgeous, aren't they?

country girl said...

I want llama eyelashes. They are gorgeous creatures.

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

I really love the look of llama faces (when their ears are up :-) but my DH can't stand them. Has had to work on some nasty ones, I guess. Ah well, I have enough critters around to love. Have you counted heads in the chickenhouse yet? Is there a Welsummer hen bound for Oregon in October?

Twinville said...

I never tire of seeing llamas and llama photos. What beautiful faces.

Will Niki be helping you find a guard llama? I know you'll miss this pretty girl. She was lovely. I think you are very special for being willing to give her up for a life she is more suited for.

My female llama, Cataleya is my PR llama who loves to hiking with me. My male llama is the guard of our sheep and goats.

I'm getting ready to post about a recent llama trek actually. There is a sordid love affair involving horses, too.
I hope you'll come check it out :)

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New Mexico