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Re: Food for Thought../ Therapy Animals

Oh if we had land, I would SO have Llamas.  The coolest thing, besides  that 
they act like pets, is that they poop  in one place.  A friend of  my mom's 
had land and various animals.   He said the Llama was the  easiest animal to 
pick up after, because it would only go in one corner all the  time.  They just 
seem to have such personality.  Your description  made me think of another 
animal this same man had, a pet cow, that would  follow him around like a dog, get 
into his pocket to look for treats, etc.   When he would turn around quickly, 
the cow would look away, as to say, "hey it  wasn't me".   Then as soon as he 
turned his back, the cow would be  right there again.  It was so cute!!!!
Lucky you!!!! 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 1/12/2009 12:05:20 PM Central Standard Time,  
justjess01@gmail.com writes:

OOOOooohhhhhhhhh....how sad for your mom!  That's just  terrible.
One of the llamas we have was used for therapy - and to introduce  school
children to the llama world.  His name is Woody.  He is  the type to walk
into the nursing home or school and just make himself  quite at home.  He has
to touch noses with everybody - and I mean  EVERYBODY.  He's like a dog and
follows you everywhere.  He puts  his nose in your pockets or purse and
sniffs around - wondering what you're  doing.  He loves people so much.  The
lady we bought him from  says people would just light up when he walked in
with her...and couldn't  keep their hands off of him.  She replaced him with
a younger llama,  and really didn't want to part with "the Woodster", but I
just LOVED him  and made an offer she couldn't refuse.  He makes ME smile
just  thinking about him.  I think therapy animals are just the  BEST

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