Alpaca’s are my 3rd favourite animals behind elephants and sloths, so imagine my excitement when we went for a walk and stumbled across a pets corner with a few of the cheeky little rascals kicking about.
Look at this one. Chilling out with the horse. Having a bit of lunch. Enjoying the view. Ain’t he cute!? Awwwww.
I’m not such a big fan of horses, but this one was nice. He wandered over and a gave him a little rub on his hooter. I didn’t have any sugar lumps to feed him so I just picked up some grass. That’s probably better for him anyway, I don’t really understand why you would give a horse sugar? I remembered to keep my palm flat. You must ALWAYS keep your palm FLAT when you’re feeding a horse otherwise it will definitely eat your fingers.
A guy I used to work with used to say that he fed a girls horse when he stimulated their female lady lips. He used to go “Yeah I fed ‘er horse up last night, it was well ‘ungry” and show me with a gesture as if feeding a hungry horse.
Then we come across this pair. I’m not quite sure what had happened, but the Alpaca seemed to have had some sort of accident and couldn’t use his legs properly. From the way he was whining and screeching I think it must’ve been pretty bad. He could barely walk!
He and the pig must’ve been really good friends as pig was trying to give him a piggy back. The Alpaca was much bigger than the poor little pig though and she looked to be in some discomfort herself as she tried to carry him.
There were other Alpaca’s there but none of them came to help the pig carry him. Even the donkey who would’ve been much more useful in aiding the stricken Alpaca didn’t come to help, and that’s kind of what a donkey’s job is. To carry stuff n that. It was very upsetting.
Lewy Pooey decided to film it. I’m not sure why. I think it was so that if the pig were to be seriously hurt he could show her owners what had happened and they could piece together the puzzle.
With much difficulty the pig managed to carry him all the way over to the edge of the field, but it all appeared to have taken it’s toll on the poor swine and she had to give up…..
I think her husband was due home from work.
When we were at Bestival we found a stall that sold lots of knitted stuff.
Lewy had been smoking these things he called “Bifta’s”. I was a bit confused as I thought Bifta’s were those great big bins that you got tugged off behind when you’re at school. Anyway. These bifta things made him all smiley and happy and when he saw that some of the knitted stuff was made from Alpaca fluff he immediately bought one. I think the proceeds must’ve gone into some sort of Alpaca benevolent fund or sumfink.
That’s what I love about Lewy. Even when he’s having fun with bifta’s and stuff he still thinks about that Alpaca and his poorly leg.