Editor’s note: We are republishing our favorite stories of 2015. This story was originally published in July.
Betsy Waugh, a manager at Jason’s Vineyard in Jamesport, had her suspicions that Coco the alpaca was pregnant. But short of an ultrasound, there was no real way to confirm the furry adoptee was in a family way.
That was until Monday morning when Waugh saw that the flock at Jason’s — which includes a dozen baby doll sheep and a male alpaca, Rolo — had grown by one.
“I went out to give them water and all of a sudden there was a baby out there,” Waugh said. “It was the most beautiful thing.” (more…)