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A guide to llama and dog visits at the IC Library.
"Late for Breakfast" is the name of the Llama that visits the IC Campus the week before final exams and more recently, during orientation. It is part of the Cornell Companions program, which is run by volunteers. Visits are sponsored by the IC Library and LGBT Center.
Some common questions about this Llama are:
- Does it bite or spit? No, Late for Breakfast, as well as other animals that participate in the program, are screened by a veterinarian who is trained as a behaviorist. The Llama visits many other locations in the area such as a bank, social services organization and long term care facility.
-How is it transported to locations? In the "Llamazine", which is a large van.
-How long does the Llama typically visit for? Around one hour.