Therapy Llamas Bring Fuzzy Love To Nursing Home Patients

We've all heard of therapy dogs and therapy cats, but a therapy llama is something we've never seen before. Who wouldn't want these long necked fuzzlers to give you wet kisses and a little spit in your eye when they're feeling ornery?

They didn't just wander in from the wild:

The nursing home patients at Washington’s Bellingham Health and Rehabilitation Center are visited every few months by two llamas, Marisco and N.H. Flight of the Eagle, who are registered therapists.

Head to the link below if you want to watch a video showing these licensed llamas at work, it's all about the llama love!

--via Laughing Squid


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