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now why would I want an alpaca to suffer so I could wear it's fur....when it's so damn cute?! (even if it was ugly, I still wouldnt want it to suffer, so ya..) ++

"I think it's what they call a 'bad hair day' - any idea how I can make it better?"

Please make the ethical choice not to use animals or any of their byproducts. No matter how well they are treated, they are not "ours" to hunt, slaughter, eat, wear, exploit, enslave, etc. PLEASE GO VEGAN! With so many alternatives available, it has never been easier. www.vegankit.com

How can anyone not want one of these?! ...........click here to find out more googydog.com

When I walk in the spot, This is what I see ,Everybody stops, And they're staring at me... I'm sexy and I know it

Emily Funmaker Just look at it, you know its cute!

Alpaca | After being sheared... Looking a bit naked or like a character from a book by Dr. Seuss.

ALPACA: Multiple benefits...profitable without butchering, luxurious fur, small, poop in the same spot, smart and trainable, and they hummmmm. Google It!

I'm going to get a lama for my farm so I can have baby lamas!!!!!!!