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Photo: alpacas in Warsaw

The Warsawholic Facebook community, dedicated to Warsaw, on March 19 drewattention to two alpacas walking on a leash on the outskirts of the city.

 Later it was found out that the animals Nathan and Minos, belonging to the center of children’s and youthful psychotherapy Koparka (“Digger”), returned from kindergartens.

The psychotherapist and the babysitter, Justyna Kaminskaya, explained that alpaca help in classes with children with autism. Therapy with animals allows you to show emotions and feel bolder.


According to Kaminskaya, animals are socialized and like to communicate with people. She also told that alpacas are crying when the owner of Koparka leaves home for the night. With children they spend no more than two hours a day.

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