The Llama Sanctuary and COVID
The Llama Sanctuary welcomes visitors by arrangement. The large outdoor spaces and policy of no drop-in visitors makes it easy to ensure your safety during these challenging times. Please note that the llamas do not wear masks and do not concern themselves with social distancing! Give us a call and book your guided tour now.
HOW TO DONATE
We welcome your donations to The Llama Sanctuary.
In fact, without donations, The Llama Sanctuary could not provide the service
and care for the hundreds of animals that are brought to our attention each year.
Send your donation by eTransfer/Interac to: support (at) LlamaSanctuary (dot) com
(email address de-constructed to prevent spam)
with or without a Paypal account
Why Save Animals?
You might have noticed the huge increase in animal societies and rescue organizations. This is a direct result of an increasing compassion that is being felt by the people of this planet. This compassion is finding expression through such advocacies as cleaning garbage from the oceans and reducing our use of fossil fuels. This is just the very beginning of a tidal wave of awakening that is occurring, together with a realization that we SHARE this planet with other life forms that have as much right to live as we do. Having developed a passion for llamas and alpacas, life has directed us to provide a special home for those camelids who require assistance.
Why Make a Donation?
Not everyone is in a position to care for animals, nor perhaps have they the experience or inclination to do so. Donating is a way of sharing the burden of cleaning up the mess of human existence and caring for those we might have harmed along the way. The costs of running a large animal shelter are considerable and the hours required to manage all of the animals and all of the enquiries often stretch beyond the hours available. It is a passion that rises from the soul and often demands everything one has and more. We get down on our knees and beg for a penny here and a saving there to try and make ends meet. And we appreciate every word of encouragement and every penny that is offered.
Meet Some of the Characters
The Visitor Experience
What we do
Situations can suddenly arise in life that pull the rug from under one’s feet. Illness, accident and family situations are not uncommon that mean animals that were previously loved, no longer have anyone to care for them. There is never judgement. Give us a call. We can help.
Age or infirmity creeps up and requires that you downsize your home, meaning your camelid companions cannot come with you. Maybe they are elderly or you wish to ensure they receive the special care they deserve. The Llama Sanctuary is equipped to provide for special needs.
Finding a Home
It is not possible to keep all of the llamas that come to us, but we have connections and work hard to find the most appropriate placement for the younger and healthy animals. If you need help in finding a suitable home for your herd of llamas or alpacas, let us know. The elderly and those animals requiring special care remain forever at The Sanctuary.
Emergency Evacuation & Respite
If you are evacuated due to forest fire, flood or other natural disaster, we may be able to assist in providing a home for your alpacas and llamas. Other temporary care taking services can also be provided. If we can help, we will. Just ask.
What Drives Us
Rescue, rehabilitation, re-homing and retirement of llamas and alpacas in need.
If you would like to get involved and help at The Llama Sanctuary, we would love to hear from you. Serious enquiries only. This is not a holiday camp!
Visiting The Llama Sanctuary
The Llama Sanctuary is open for private tours. We welcome visits, even at short notice, but PLEASE telephone ahead of time, because we might be away on a mission of compassion!
Cancelled until further notice
3-Day Camelid Training Event with Marty McGee-Bennett