The Engineer has plenty of construction supervisors.
They all just want to make sure the stalls are installed to their specifications, I’m sure.
They also like to peek in on what the sheep and goats are doing.
“What are you looking at?” asks Daisy.
I don’t think she likes being peeked at.
They are warming up to everyone here but still don’t want to be touched. That is a good thing. You don’t want an overly friendly alpaca boy because they could become an overly aggressive alpaca adult. We don’t want that. So while it is very tempting to tame them to the point that they will eat out of your hand and let you cuddle them, it is a temptation you must resist.
We have the round pen set up and will work on halter training and desensitizing them to their feet being touched, but outside of that there will be no touchy-feely stuff going on. It is going to require all my willpower. Not only are they cute, but after skirting their super soft fleeces I have an overwhelming desire to run my fingers through their hair.