Alpacas Keeping Cool

Alpaca’s at Toft Farm, Rugby, Warwickshire, are dyed different colours. The hot weather left these furry alpacas feeling blue. ..and red. ..and orange but a close shearing is now helping keep them cool at the alpaca farm in Toft, Warwickshire, as temperatures rocket. Normally a cold weather animal, the Alpaca’s owners have reflected the summer heat by dying the animals different colours.

Alpaca's at Toft Farm, Rugby, Warwickshire, are dyed different colours. The hot weather left these furry alpacas feeling blue. ..and red. ..and orange but a close shearing is now helping keep them cool at the alpaca farm in Toft, Warwickshire, as temperatures rocket. Normally a cold weather animal, the Alpaca's owners have reflected the summer heat by dying the animals different colours.

Alpaca's at Toft Farm, Rugby, Warwickshire, are dyed different colours. The hot weather left these furry alpacas feeling blue. ..and red. ..and orange but a close shearing is now helping keep them cool at the alpaca farm in Toft, Warwickshire, as temperatures rocket. Normally a cold weather animal, the Alpaca's owners have reflected the summer heat by dying the animals different colours.

Alpaca's at Toft Farm, Rugby, Warwickshire, are dyed different colours. The hot weather left these furry alpacas feeling blue. ..and red. ..and orange but a close shearing is now helping keep them cool at the alpaca farm in Toft, Warwickshire, as temperatures rocket. Normally a cold weather animal, the Alpaca's owners have reflected the summer heat by dying the animals different colours.

Alpaca's at Toft Farm, Rugby, Warwickshire, are dyed different colours. The hot weather left these furry alpacas feeling blue. ..and red. ..and orange but a close shearing is now helping keep them cool at the alpaca farm in Toft, Warwickshire, as temperatures rocket. Normally a cold weather animal, the Alpaca's owners have reflected the summer heat by dying the animals different colours.