THE MONTANA LARGE ANIMAL
SANCTUARY RESCUE EFFORT:
ADOPTIVE HOMES DESPERATELY NEEDED
As you may have heard, Animeals, the organization
that has so generously donated their time and resources to
caring for the animals at MLAS, is packing their bags and
will depart the sanctuary on January 31.
Approximately 250 male llamas (many are geldings) remain at the sanctuary. The need for homes for these llamas is urgent!
SELR and other groups from the Camelid Rescue Coalition, and the llama community, have moved out all the female llamas, crias, and 100 male llamas. A few of these llamas have been spoken for, but many remain in temporary foster care.
The need for adoptive and foster homes is paramount. We need anyone willing to adopt or foster these llamas to contact us.
If you are interested in providing a home for these llamas, or would like more information about fostering or adopting MLAS llamas, please contact Deb Logan, SELR MLAS coordinator.
Funding is still critically needed. Most of
the donations received thus far have been used to transport
the female llamas, crias, and first 100 males. There is also
enormous need for funds to cover feed and medical expenses
for the MLAS llamas in foster care. SELR and CRC are entirely
volunteer-run, which means that 100% of your donation is used
to help the llamas. SELR is a 501(c)(3) organization. Any
amount is welcome, and we thank you for your generous donation.
We wish to extend our gratitude to everyone who has donated funds, resources, and time to this enormous rescue effort. You have made a positive difference in the lives of hundreds of llamas!