Alice text(ed) (I really hate turning the word 'text' into a verb, but I don't know how else to say it) me yesterday afternoon about llamas in Sun City, Arizona that had gotten away from their owners and were running ......well....everywhere! Traffic came to a stop and everybody and their dog (literally) were trying to catch them. Which I don't imagine helped catch them very much with so many people after them. They were probably scared to death.
The owner was interviewed after they'd been caught and he said it took almost three hours to get them. Finally a man in a truck with a ladder in the back got out and stood in the back of his truck, picked up a rope, fixed it up, and lassoed the biggest one. Got her on first try.
Yes.....This is still the old west. Would anybody in New York or someplace think to get an old fashioned rope and lasso them. . . . thus taking care of the whole situation?
I've heard that the social media nearly broke down the internet with this thing. Somebody put different styles of music to the whole chase. It was pretty funny.
I didn't see how they got the younger one, but he was the baby of the white one and he may have come over and stayed close to his mother.
I actually like the Benny Hill music better: