A nursing home in Ipswich, Suffolk has introduced a new kind of therapy session. Their home is now visited regularly by Alpacas, in a bid to help those residents with dementia. It’s thought that these fluffy animals can help install a feeling of trust and love, which is something those suffering from dementia find difficult with other humans. The owner of the alpacas, Jo Bridge, said the big smiles on the residents’ faces were proof that the therapy did work. We’d love a visit from some Alpacas – who couldn’t fail to feel better after some time with those furry faces!