Porter, a llama that went missing in the Great Smoky Mountains earlier this week, has been found safe.
The trainee llama broke loose from his human trainer Wednesday afternoon after a bear frightened it.
LeConte Lodge notified animal control, park rangers, and Gatlinburg police to be on the lookout for the lost llama.
Porter was spotted Friday but would not allow itself to be caught.
On Saturday morning, a search crew brought along a group of other llamas. When Porter was spotted, the searchers let out the other llamas, which drew Porter close enough to be captured.
The llama is reported to be just fine.
LeConte Lodge uses the llamas for transporting things up and down the mountain. Each season, two or three new llamas are trained to join the herd.