The word healthy is defined as “the state of being bodily and mentally vigorous and free from disease”. The remaining llamas at the Montana Large Animal Sanctuary and Rescue are not “healthy”, but the dozens of selfless volunteers, consisting of veterinarians, teachers, vet techs and animal lovers all around, are doing everything in their power to introduce these malnourished llamas to the life they were originally promised. Trimming feet, administering medications as necessary, draining absesses, deworming, supplementing daily feeding with mineral-enriched pellets and selenium blocks, along with many other things are being done to ensure these llamas learn what it is like to feel “good”. Thank you to everybody who has helped care for these amazing animals. We appreciate all of the advice we have been given and are so thankful to have had all of you through all of this. We couldn’t have helped these animals without every single one of you.