Monday, September 12, 2011

Llamas, Llamas and More Llamas

I ventured out yesterday to visit, Lisa, of Llama Reserve. She and her crew were able to rescue 58 llamas from the Nebraska liquidation.


The herd is remarkably healthy, just homeless. They’ve not had any bad experiences with humans but they lived on a 7000 acre ranch and didn’t received a whole lot of training either. So they don’t walk up to you to whisper sweet nothings in your ear but they don’t run away screaming either. They just look at you.


They are the ideal candidates to adopt. I would have given my left arm to bring these three girls home, but It STILL has not rained here. I have nothing to feed them.


Do you have enough room and and green pasture for a few llamas?


They’re awfully cute don’t you think? Some would make good livestock guardians, others have beautiful fiber for spinning. Then there are even mother/daughter combos that just want to stay together as lovely pasture ornaments.


Give Lisa at Llama Reserve a call. Tell her I sent you.



Anonymous said...

I just think they are delightful to look at.

Karen Anne said...

Man, I wish I had a farm with lots of green pasture and I were a lot younger so I could give these wonderful animals the care they deserve.

I am sure donations to the:

Llama Reserve

that Christine linked to in an earlier post as badly needed.

Karen Patrick said...

If I had a fence aroung any of my 8+ acres I would take a couple of them. Oh well. Can't have everything.

LlamaLloverToo said...

I have an empty barn. We will be putting up fence in the spring of 2015 and would love to rescue or foster llamas.

LlamaLloverToo said...

We have an empty barn. Have plans to put up fence in spring of 2015 and would love to foster or adopt homeless llamas.