One Shellman woman's llama got a tour of Petsmart on Saturday.
Owner Trella Whaley brought her llama up to Petsmart to visit with Santa Claus, and take a picture.
While most people brought dogs, she decided to bring her llama to help socialize him, and so people could learn more about the unique animal.
“He's not but a year and a half old, and its good exposure for him, and people need to know what Llamas are,” says Shellman resident Trella Whaley.
Lots of folks took pictures, and got to pet the Llama as he walked around the store.
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