I meant to look up the website, just to figure out what the heck it is, but didn't remember to do so until today. I probably could have guessed that it's an infomercial site sponsored by the American Association of Alpaca Breeders. It's filled with the same happy pictures: alpacas blithly running through fields, women spinning alpaca wool, cute kids hugging alpacas. There's some vagueness about the joys of the alpaca lifestyle, which I can only assume means running off to start up an alpaca farm somewhere. You can also learn alpaca facts and be persuaded that alpacas are an "investment opportunity". Then, naturally, there is the list of links to alpaca breeders around the country, where you can buy an alpaca of your very own!
The nearest alpaca farm to me is a presumably lovely place with the rather overwrought name of Alpacas By The Sea. I didn't get very far into exploring the site, because the picture on the first page Cracked. Me. Up. Look at the beautiful soft-focus family with the perfect children and the perfect couple wearing sweaters (probably alpaca sweaters) holding hands on a section of California coast airbrushed to look like the Scottish heather! Too silly.