Lexington lady leisurely leads leashed llama


Leslee spotted the pair on Mass. Ave. in Lexington yesterday afternoon. Is there a pooper-scooper law for llamas?

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I've seen goats on Hancock St

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I saw a lady walking a bunch of goats (or is that a tribe of goats?) on Hancock St, near the bike path intersection this summer. As far as I can recall, it wasn't the llama llady pictured above.

For llamas, pooper-scooper

For llamas, pooper-scooper laws would be unnecessary, as they are communal dung-heap animals who prefer to use the same spot every day. Moreover, their droppings are dry and odorless, making them more suitable than you might think for a suburban environment.

Llama-lama ding dong

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So if this lady was walking said pack animal past Temple Isaiah, would it be llama-ka--ka?

(stupid puns are so much better (even when they're horrible) than discussing the shooting of babies.)

The first thing that came to mind when I read this

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Also Dude, let's not forget, let's not forget that keeping wildlife, um... an amphibious rodent, for... um, you know domestic... within the city... that ain't legal either.

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The Dude

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What're you, a f*cking park ranger now?


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That's the best news I've seen all day. Also, look at its front legs: so crappy.


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The llama is owned by Wilson Farm. The woman who walks the llama is a long-time local resident and has been walking the llamas for about 20 years. She was injured in an accident while riding a horse and can't ride any longer. So she cares for the llamas instead.