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Transmogrification

on January 29, 2012

To transmogrify (def. verb): to change in a radical sort of way. Think the Transformers series!

Okami and Uluru (our two Alpacas) were shorn today for the first time in their lives. We bought them at a few months of age so, by now, they are both around a year old; Okami is little bit older than Uluru and they are half-brothers.

This is what they looked like this morning:

This is what they look like now. Yes, it has been a bit of a shock to say the least! An amazing transmogrification – amazing! Son and I have been in hysterics whilst trying to adapt to this enormous change. I mean Uluru and Okami were relatively cute before but now – wow! – they are utterly cute – ha!


20 responses to “Transmogrification

  1. meglane says:

    Don’t put a mirror in their bedroom. They’d be mortified! M.L.

  2. Jennifer says:

    They are but a shadow of their former selves!

  3. Bob Zeller says:

    Wow! That’s quite a change. 🙂

  4. Ingrid Rickersey says:

    That’s so funny … it’s a wonder they recognise each other – they probably did a double take I’d say too!

  5. bahharvey says:

    OMG – I loved the pictures. Almost fell off my chair when I saw the final shot. Gotta love it. We have sheep every year for farm show season….they don’t look as drastic when they get clipped.

  6. Diana Adams says:

    Aww how cute do they look now? xx

  7. Tilly Bud says:

    Wish I could drop a few dress sizes that easily!

  8. sojourner says:

    Hehehe!
    Radical change indeed!
    Yet, they remain beautiful!
    🙂

  9. pixilated2 says:

    I expected a bit of difference, but good grief! There’s nothing left but the cute bits! LOL!
    ~ Lynda

  10. bluebee says:

    My husband says they’re looking rather coy now. 🙂

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