Plush Animals Features
** Plush Cria
** Light Tan Body, Darker Neck, Tail, Hooves
** 14 inch
In llama world (which is not a planet covered in llamas, if you’re thinking of that abysmal Kevin Costner flick Water World), baby llamas or crias (Spanish for baby or breeding) are brought into the land of the living surrounded by the females of the herd. This is to protect them from the male llamas. See? Even in non-human families, the woman knows best!
You better believe that the llama mama has her baby’s best interests at heart. Crias, much like horses and other mammals are able to stand and walk around about an hour after being born, even if they are adorably clumsy when going about it. They get a mix of straight up llama milk from their mom and cow milk, which has a higher level of calcium. Mmm. Milk, it even does llama bodies good.
Like real llama babies, this little cutie is tiny and fluffy with a dense ‘wool’ coat that makes her soft as can be. She’s also as cuddly and friendly as the real thing. Because llamas have been around humans for centuries, used as domesticated helpers, they get along well with humans for the most part and are eager to socialize. This baby llama is no exception. She’ll snuggle right on up with you for as long as you want. At 14 inches tall, this sweet, charming baby makes a woolly and wonderful addition to any plushie collection. With her warm colors and realistic shape and feel, she’s almost better than having the real thing in your home.