HOLLY TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) -- A llama spotted wandering for nearly six months in Michigan has been captured and is getting a new home.
Mlive.com reports the llama that Kathy Kuzma calls "Dolly" was found Saturday in Oakland County's Holly Township, about 40 miles northwest of Detroit.
Kuzma has been on the lookout for the animal, which had been wandering her neighborhood. On Saturday, Lisa Davenport came to Kuzma's house to get a look at the llama. Davenport has three llamas of her own along with other animals at a Michigan farm.
The women walked into a field to give the llama some food, and Dolly stood still instead of being her usual skittish self. They then coaxed the llama into a barn.
Davenport plans to take the llama back to her own farm.
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