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An Update On Our Christmas Alpaca - Nicolas

by 4 January 09, 2008 1 min read

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P1000015We've heard from many of you wondering how our Christmas baby alpaca Nicolas was doing.  He made it through the first critical days and now is running in the pasture and playing with the other alpacas. He discovered mudholes this week following a series of storms passing through Northern California turning his soft white coat a few shades darker.  Anyhow, he's doing well and growing quickly! 

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Kathy
Kathy

October 05, 2016

Awwwwh, your baby alpaca Nicholas is so adorable. :) I hope he’s very healthy and doing well.:)

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