Although the photo doesn’t prove anything, take our word for it. I asked Kira to dress Shady for an alpaca blog photo. Normally, this involves an alpaca something or other. So, when I saw our Weimaraner emerge from Kira’s bedroom wearing a purple synthetic robe, I asked where the alpacas were.
“In her pockets,” Kira answered.
And, true to her word, Kira had taken little alpaca cats and their kittens, and put them inside the robe’s pockets. You can’t see them in the photo, but they’re there.
Sirius Alpacas is a family farm in Chardon, Ohio that raises and boards alpacas for fun, therapy and profit. The farm uses its fleeces in the production of high-quality yarns and felted goods. Sirius Alpacas also imports fair-trade Andean items including socks, scarves, hats, gloves and more from Peru and Bolivia, offering the style and culture of South American goods while helping the farmers, artists and craftsmen of that region. Lori Weber, co-owner of Sirius Alpacas, is the creator and writer of this alpaca blog. You may reach her at Lori@SiriusAlpacas.com.