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We’re getting rather overcrowded. No, I don’t mean the nine cats. Or the ever-bigger dogs. It’s the llamas I’m talking about.
Even though we are now expecting one baby fewer this year, some of the llamas are still beginning to … Continue reading
“Llilas is giving birth — and I don’t think it’s going well!” Val rushed in to the house on Monday afternoon, and departed immediately carrying a pair of binoculars.
This may not be a question that has ever concerned you, but bear with me.
On March 24 last year, in the wake of the traumatic biting episode, Lenny was introduced to the females he I had suffered so much to … Continue reading
Imagine you are a peace-loving llama, living with a friend on a farm in the Allier. You have a pleasant field to graze, and a comfortable stable in which you chew hay and pass the time in good company.
Next door … Continue reading
I think I shall always want to keep chickens. They do, however, have disadvantages as well as advantages . . .
Meanwhile, as Val gets to grip with major philosophical questions, the llama drama evolves. Lenny has declined in status. From proud man-biting, female-mounting hero to down-trodden, mocked zero.
Lenny is now often excluded from the warm stable at night, and sleeps … Continue reading