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Sims 4 Cottage Living: You’ll love the llamas!


If you want to focus on farming in The Sims 4 Cottage Living, make sure to buy a few cows and llamas. Cows can make you a lot of money thanks to the milk they give you. But let’s also talk about llamas, these cute animals that will provide your Sims will wool for cross-stitching.

How to obtain a llama

To obtain a llama, first you need to buy an Animal Shed. Alternatively, you can also buy a lot that already has an Animal Shed on it. Then click on the Animal shed and purchase a llama.

There are two types of llamas that you can choose from: white or beige. Obviously, white llamas give you white wool while beige llamas give you beige wool. But you can also change your llama’s wool color by giving them various treats.

Each shed can house only one llama. If you want to obtain more llama, you need to buy more sheds.

Keep your llamas happy

  • Make sure to clean the shed at least once a day. Llamas will go into their sheds on their own at 6pm and come back out at 6am in the morning.
  • Regularly stock the shed with animal feed.
  • If the shed is dirty or needs more feed, your llamas will be grumpy.
  • To make your task easier, upgrade your sheds as to require less maintenance. Install an auto-feeder that automatically restocks the feed. But in order to upgrade your animal sheds, you need Livestock Upgrade Parts. You can get these parts by running errands for the villagers.
  • Hover over your llamas with your mouse cursor and check their Happiness, Hygiene, and Hunger level. You’ll also learn when to expect to receive wool from your animal.
  • Make sure to socialize with your llamas as often as possible. Hug them, pet them, talk to them, and offer them treats to build your relationship with them.
  • Keep in mind that your llamas may not always be receptive to being sheared. They may occasionally bite the clippers out of your hands and toss them, or even spit in your Sim’s face.

Llamas keep foxes at bay

Llamas help protect rabbits and chickens from wild foxes as they will spit to keep them at bay. Foxes can’t wait to get their claws on those delicious chickens and bunnies.

What to do with your llama’s wool

You can shear your llamas’ wool and use it for cross-stitching, or offer it to wild animal as a gift. Additionally, you can also give the wool to the Creature Caretaker in exchange for animal clothes.

You can also sell the wool at the Finchwick Fair. If caring for your llamas becomes a burden, you can trade them for Simoleons, various ingredients and treats, as well as meat.

What do you think about llamas? Do you like them or you prefer to take care of other animals? Let me know in the comments below.

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