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SELR and the entire llama community mourns the loss of a great friend and supporter

George and his wife Pat operated Indian Creek Sanctuary for many years and provided countless llamas with the dedicated and often complex care necessary not just for survival but to ensure the best quality of life possible.

Indian Creek was the last stop for the aged, abused and/or medically fragile. Caring for severely compromised animals can be a tedious and often unrewarding exercise but George never lost his passion.

Never a “no” when approached in regards to taking an animal - inevitably the response was “I think we can help!” Never doubt the positive impact two people can have, not only in regards to the animals they saved but the the care and concern they showed all those they interacted with along the way.

We’ll miss you, George! We will always treasure memories of your smile, your laugh and your infectious enthusiasm.

But most of all, your compassion.



Baby llama with the burning questions...

Who Do I Speak to?

Confused about who to speak to about our organization? Never fear we are here and looking forward to speaking with you, whatever your need. Our Adoption Coordinators list can put you in touch with someone in or near your state.

We also offer our "Ask Annie" option where you can get in touch with Annie Higginbotham who will be happy to answer questions about medical or behavioral needs with the llamas you currently own.

Ask any question you may have on our VERY active FACEBOOK page.

We'd love to have you!





The answer is that when things are going well, we have approved homes waiting so when we receive a surrendered animal, if they are a fit for what someone is looking for they are almost immediately routed to their new home.

The Llamas and Alpacas are advertised on the web pages when we do not have adoptive homes waiting within a reasonable distance of where the animals were surrendered or are currently being fostered or they are not a match for applicants who have gone through the approval process and are currently waiting for just the "right one".

The "right" one for you could be far different than for others, so get that application in to your state Coordinator so we can get the process rolling. You never know when your future llama or alpaca will turn up!!

If you don't see a llama or alpaca fostered in your state, please check for animals available in neighboring states and be sure to contact your state Adoption Coordinator about animals which may be in the process of surrender or to help you with any questions you may have concerning the llamas or alpacas you see here.