Pic 1: Glaring with intentPic 2: Glaring with disdainPic 3: Glaring with pure malice!
Too funny! Thanks for sharing and tell Chester to keep hanging in there; he'll break through their reserve eventually...
Definitely the last picture, for sure! Now all he needs to do is stick out his tongue!
Lol - Poor Chester! His ears are all down, he looks whipped!
Glaring, I think she/he is just trying to get a little attention from Chester. It is true that llamas do spit and I mean spit. DH and I were at a llama farm, getting ready to take a couple of them for a hike, (this was just after our home and land was approved for llamas)Our friends own a bed and breakfast and home to forty llamas. For whatever reason DH's llama looked him right in the eye and spit. His face was covered and I mean covered in green grass. Our friends mouth's both dropped, in all the years they have been handling llamas this was a first. Needless to say, llamas do not reside here, but I have not given up hope. Keep up the good work Danni. I love your Christmas decorations!
who you lookin' at?
SO, do the llamas like the cold weather, too? It is just getting to us here in WesternNY state and my neck is cold! I need to get used to it, or quit cutting my hair so short in November!
If looks could kill, Chester would be gone. I'm proud of him for not backing down.
Yup - I do believe that's quite a glare!!-Staci
Definitely glaring.Though the hay hanging out of the mouth diminishes it some.....Good for Chester for not turning tail and fleeing! I'm rooting for him!
Wow. Thats some glare you got going on there, Toni. And to think thats aimed at sweet little Chester. But then...I dont know a thing about looks or glares. Im just sayin.
Yep...saw that same glare on my llamas today too, seems to be going around, lol! Kim
Geesh - that's attitude with capital A. Poor Chester, he just want's to be friends. Thank you thank you for all the critter pictures, you make this wanabe country girl smile every day.Chester Fan
Those llamas are almost as moody as my 11 year old.Except they can't talk back.
Okay, well, if I had that little tuft of hair on top of my head I might glare too. You need to introduce that llama to Dottie the Chicken.
That last picture is definitely a glare.
yesWouldn't one of those virtual hoof slaps right between the eyes be appropriate in that last picture! Work on that will ya Danni!
I love your pictures. Poor Chester! He just wants to be one of the guys!
Wow. No doubt about it. That's a glare. Poor Chester.
That's a "This is my food, quit standing on it!" look! LOL
That poor little Chester should receive a reward for all his patience. I hope he eventually wins them over!
Yup, glare. Dirty look. "The LOOK". I could rip your face of look. If looks could kill, that last pic would surely do it.
My family look at me with odd looks on their faces, not glaring but some other look, not sure what but they look anyway at me when I suddenly burst out laughing! They don't realise I'm reading your blog! Thanks for the laugh!
I am optimistic that eventually these 2 will be buddies. Until then, please keep sharing the pix of the process.
Looks like some glares to me. Glad my llamas haven't caught on to that lately.
Poor Chester! He's probably not even able to muster up a 'glare' to give back to that snotty girl. He's just not about the glaring. Shall I find him a friend here in Texas and have him shipped??
I agree with CeeCee...Chester is sooo cool, he really deserves a donkey friend someday. Good for him to put his ears back too! And, yes, that was glaring all the way!
heh heh.Was there spit?
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