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The cat never came back, so Vaughan (no relation to the Malibu alpaca owner with a similar name) didn’t use her permit.
Hang out with an alpaca and have fun feeding the animals with the big personalities, or browse the boutique in the old potato cellar.
Jil Sander Coat, $4,190, Totokaelo New York, 206-623-3582 Instead of the predictable parka silhouette, Sacai designer Chitose Abe adapted a blouson shape for her sophisticated wool tweed and alpaca puffer.
An occasional alpaca also makes an appearance
Kylie walks down the aisle carrying a baby alpaca, while Jordyn gets basic roses.
Some of those things include office pranks and a company recruitment video that features Iafrate appearing pantsless and later posing as CEO, authorizing the purchase of an alpaca.
On a bucolic 11-acre property west of Syracuse, NY, Sandra Seabrook houses rescue animals such as horses, pigs, alpaca, goats and chickens.
The most popular is an alpaca, which costs C$250 ($204).
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