Seeking a Forever Home
The Llama Sanctuary is the largest camelid rescue organization in Canada and possibly North America. Last August, the landlord of a long-term rental property, announced he had different plans for the land being used by The Sanctuary. All those years of developing a beautiful park for The Llama Sanctuary were swept away. Despite great effort, a new home could not be secured in time and so the entire Llama Sanctuary was moved to a temporary location for just a few months.
How You Can Help:
The Llama Sanctuary must vacate its current temporary home by the end of March 2023
The owner of the property generously invited The Llama Sanctuary to stay whilst a permanent home was found and procured. The owner requires the land for their own farming operation. We appreciate that forty llamas and a large sanctuary operation is a BIG deal to invite into your home!!!
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