Joe Porter started farming alpacas in 2003, about the same time April the Giraffe started with her pregnancy (or at least that's how it feels).
If you’ve never been to an alpaca farm, you’re in for a treat. The animals are native to Peru and about as cute as livestock gets.
“They’re really fascinating animals,” Porter said.
And did we mention they’re cute?
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Porter just so happens to have on his farm a pregnant alpaca named Jocassee. The lady is 10 months pregnant and due to give birth within the next 30 days (that’s 30 years in giraffe time).
If you think the alpacas are cute as buttons, their babies are even cuter! More cuteness than you can handle, tonight on WBTV News at 5.
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According to a document from the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, the shelter violated rules regarding documentation of the dogs.
Tuesday night, hundreds crowded into Triple C Brewery to get a taste of what the city hopes to see South End transform into.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police officers said around 9:15 p.m. that I-485 would be closed for "an unknown amount of time."
Known as “Dee,” this Lenoir girl will be in the 3rd grade this year. She suffers from KFS, and as a result has been fighting medical battles her entire life.
The incident happened just after 4:30 p.m. on Highway 5 near Steel Hill Road.