The woolly shagai are raised by the mandrake roots in the village of Peewick for their thick coats. Their coats are very thick and incredibly soft. “Shaggies,” as they are usually referred to, are sheared multiple times a year and the fibers are spun into yarn. All shaggies grow downward-facing horns. Shepherds outfit their shaggies with matching blankets and crystals to distinguish them from other herds. Also, it keeps ‘em looking snazzy! ❄
This flock of shaggies will be available in the shop tonight at 8pm EST for $45 + shipping. Stay tuned for more information on the village of Peewick!