When I Got Home

18 May

Yesterday, I hurried home from work, but when I got there it was too late.  It looked like something had died on my driveway.

I opened the garage, went in, and saw naked llamas!  Holy smokes!

Odie, Aurora, and floofly Maybeline tail

The gentleman who came to shear them and do their hooves was early, so he went ahead and sheared them before I got home.

Buster–quit hiding and show us your fancy new shearing.

He did text me later to make sure everything was to my liking.  He also shared that Maybeline decided to just stand in the garage, so he sheared her and trimmed her toes without her ever moving.  That was a first for him.  Everyone else was put in the stanchion to hold them.

photo courtesy of Floyd Zopfi

They look really good, but I can see how skinny Aurora still is.  Antigone wasn’t sure if that was her friend or not.

Antigone and Aurora

Odie and Maybeline were thrilled to be let back out of the garage so they could go roll in the grass.

Odie

Odie

Maybeline

They did make it out to pasture (but forgot to take Aurora).

Odie and Maybeline

Buster

Finally, they did all get back together in the barnyard.

Buster, Odie, Maybeline, and Aurora

They took Aurora with them out to pasture when they went back out again.  I’ll keep a close eye on her, but I hope she will continue to gain weight and strength.

3 Responses to “When I Got Home”

  1. Jeanne May 19, 2018 at 12:02 am #

    Oh. My. Goodness. They look so different, and so much smaller!! But beautiful. Aurora does look thin yet. Hoping she’ll do okay.

  2. Eileen Wise May 19, 2018 at 6:50 am #

    Oh wow, do they look cute. I like their new hair cut. They do look skinny without their hair. Great photo, enjoy your weekend!

  3. pattisj May 19, 2018 at 9:24 pm #

    Aurora is thin compared to the others. Can’t hide that now! I hope she continues to improve. Good job, Maybeline!

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