ShyRea Harrell, left, asks Andrew Moffitt a question about Sprite, his 5-year-old alpaca, on Wednesday at Magic Valley Rehabilitation Services in Twin Falls. For Moffitt’s senior project, he got Sprite certified as a therapy animal.
ShyRea Harrell, left, asks Andrew Moffitt a question about Sprite, his 5-year-old alpaca, on Wednesday at Magic Valley Rehabilitation Services in Twin Falls. For Moffitt’s senior project, he got Sprite certified as a therapy animal. Pat Sutphin Twin Falls Times-News
ShyRea Harrell, left, asks Andrew Moffitt a question about Sprite, his 5-year-old alpaca, on Wednesday at Magic Valley Rehabilitation Services in Twin Falls. For Moffitt’s senior project, he got Sprite certified as a therapy animal. Pat Sutphin Twin Falls Times-News

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