Claudia, Gutė, Ausylė, Betė, Alba. White ones, brown ones, tan ones... all you want to do is hug them, pet them, or run after these soft-haired alpalca. Their breeders claim that these animals trim the grass better than a lawn mower, and their wool is soft, warm and durable. They say that alpalca were one of the first animals that man domesticated. They have clothed and fed the people of South America for thousands of years, and now they are doing the same for Lithuanians. The alpaca breeders are eager to show visitors their animals and the products made from their wool. All you have to do is arrange a visit.