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Watch: Adorable alpacas join Theresa's birthday celebrations in Stafford

Residents of a Stafford care home got some hugs and kisses from a pair of adorable alpacas during a special birthday visit this week.

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Residents at Weston and Queensway House, a home caring for people with dementia, got up close and personal with the farm animals, named Carlos and Teddy and provided by Gnosall based Knightley Alpaca Trekking.

Teddy and Carlos
Alpacas Teddy (white) and Carlos (brown) meeting care home residents at MHA Weston & Queensway house. Pictured, left, Clare Bryan and activity coordinator Deborah Hancox

Deb Hancox, activities coordinator at the home in Stafford, said the residents 'absolutely loved' seeing the furry friends, who came as a birthday treat for resident Theresa Kennedy, who turned 83.

Pictured, left, Deborah Hancox, Sister Theresa age 83, Scarlett Atkinson and Clare Bryan...
Alpacas, Teddy (white) and Carlos (brown) meeting care home residents at MHA Weston & Queensway house. Pictured, activities coordinator Deborah Hancox and Clare Bryan
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