Why should people buy from We Alpaca?

We want to provide ($uper expen$ive) alpaca products for those that want them. We want to satisfy your alpaca requirements.



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Matthew and Natalia


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What’s so special about alpaca products?

Alpaca products are… I don’t know the word because it’s a very wordy word. It’s something like hippoalergetic… oh! Right, it’s actually called hypoallergenic (sorry I forgot what it’s called :3). Hypoallergenic means that alpaca wool is won’t give you rashes, it won’t give you the sniffles (*sniff* *sniff*), and it’s not itchy! It’s soft, and it keeps you warm! If it’s a cold winter day, a comfy sweater made out of alpaca wool is going to keep you nice and toasty! Plus, it’s made from one of the best animals on Earth<3!

Why do you like alpacas?

So if you don’t already know what an alpaca looks like, it’s kind of like a combination of some of the weirdest animals on earth. They have no top teeth -only bottom. They have lots of thick wool and they can make lots of different noises. Also, they can spit like camels. In the wild, they live in herds and are pretty much defenseless. They can kick, spit, and… well, that’s about it. There are two kinds of alpacas: Suri and Huacaya. Huacaya is fluffy like teddy bears and Suri alpacas have long shiny locks like very soft, slightly curly hair. Suri alpacas are much rarer and more expensive.
Also, I just think they’re adorable. 😀

What is the difference between llamas and alpacas?

A lot actually. Have you noticed the shape of llamas’ ears compared to alpacas’? Llamas’ have banana-shaped while alpacas’ ears are more triangular. Alpacas are smaller than llamas and their faces are also different. Llamas’ faces are longer and alpacas’ faces are kinda smooshed. Another difference is in the fur. Alpaca wool is much softer than llama wool, and alpaca wool even comes in about 22 different colors! Average llamas can weigh up to about 400 pounds while alpacas weigh about 175 pounds. Because of this, llamas can sometimes be pack-carrying animals. Alpacas…. not so much.
That’s how alpacas and llamas are different.