Llamas on the loose in one Louisville neighborhood
Llamas on the loose caused quite the commotion in one Louisville neighborhood.
People from the Louisville Llama farm used a lawn mower and rope to get the llamas back to the farm. Owners say the animals got out sometime before midnight when someone partying in a field on the farm didn't close the gates. Beer bottles were found in the field where the llamas should have been and most of the 15 Llamas got loose.
"Once they get out around the cars and all the streets they get real nervous... and once they get scared the get really hard to catch they're afraid something is going to eat them," said Dale Hill with the Louisville Llama Farm.
All the Llamas have returned safely to the farm.