Tony Llama
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Luvin Arms Sanctuary - Colorado
June 2018

Tony was very malnourished, his wool coat full of burrs and thorns, and his toenails overgrown. At the age of twenty, he was exceptionally strong to survive.

Tony Llama

After his previous caretaker passed away, Tony survived sixteen months on a one acre, weed-infested field with a small stream that passed through it.

Living in an isolated Colorado foothills community, he largely went unnoticed. After sixteen months of due process, the bank, having repossessed the property, was ready to list it on the market. The realtor who went to inspect the house found Tony in the field behind the house, and called Luvin Arms.

Tony was very malnourished, his wool coat full of burrs and thorns, and his toenails overgrown. At the age of twenty, he was exceptionally strong to survive.

Now Tony is under the attentive care of the team at Luvin Arms, and prefers his solitude in the pasture. He has a cool, stoic personality, and is always keeping up with what the other residents, volunteers, and visitors are up to from afar.

See Tony in his element out in the pasture, and visit with some of his friends at the sanctuary by scheduling a tour of Luvin Arms!

Visit our website [Luvin Arms Sanctuary] for available times and to make your reservation (no drop-in visits, please). Donations are greatly appreciated to give Tony and his friends the life they deserve.


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