Monthly Archives: March 2011

Llamas — The Meaning of Rest

It’s a fine line between worry and watchfulness. My time with the Montana Blues waffles between paying close attention to their special care needs and fear that still grips me when their behavior reminds me how recently death was all around us. Continue reading

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Llamas – Tales from the Adopted Montana 600

As I begin to hear stories of llamas adopted from the rescue that took place at the Montana Large Animal Sanctuary, I’ll be sharing them here to help make sure the animals who suffered such devastating neglect and cruelty will not once again disappear from our view and our hearts. I begin with adoption of two of The Blues by Barbara Summer and Cyndy Mullings. Continue reading

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Early Care for Rescued Llamas

Part of managing the care of rescued llamas is coming to terms with the slowness of how progress can be measured. It turns out that long winters in the high Rockies are an excellent training ground for coming to terms with measuring progress in slow inches rather than speedy miles. Continue reading

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