These adorable alpacas have been unveiled as the newest residents of Aberdeen’s Pets Corner.
Archie is eight months old and Buster is six months old, and both are settling in well to their new surroundings at Hazlehead Park.
The inquisitive pair are about one metre high at the moment and are three-quarters of their full height.
Archie and Buster, who were donated by Mr Gerrard in Netherley, feed on grass, hay and a dry mix with sugar beat.
The pair are in their own enclosure at the moment, but they will be joining the other two alpacas when they’re settled in.
Aberdeen City Council operational delivery convener Councillor John Wheeler said: “The new alpacas are very cuddly looking and I’m sure they will be a popular addition to Pets’ Corner, especially with the October school holidays coming up.
“We look forward to welcoming lots of people – young and old – to Pets’ Corner in the coming months to see Archie and Buster.”