Shangrila Llamas

The Day in Life
of Therapy Llamas


Mona Sams is now doing her magic with special needs children at the Lewis Gale Clinic in Roanoke, Virginia.  She purchased from us Shangrila's Vanilla Bean and her baby Little Star Whitlock, named after one of her patients who recently died.  I went to watch them do their stuff and was amazed.  Vanilla Bean and her baby have taken to this work as if they were born to help these children.  They are so calm and willing to let them lead them anywhere or hug them without any resistance.  I never heard a hum or saw any sign of stress from Vanilla Bean or Little Star. Little Star is now six months old, works solo and still does a great job per Mona. 
 


I arrived after 5:00 pm and they had been working since 10:00 am.  They have a paddock outside where they relax and graze between sessions.  This was the sixth time Vanilla Bean and her baby had been in the elevator that day.  To get to their trailer to load up at the end of the day, Vanilla Bean and Little Star walked down a long flight of concrete stairs as if they had been doing this all their lives.  I am so proud of them and the joy and healing they are bringing to their patients.

You can reach Mona directly for more information about Therapy Llamas at her website www.MonasArk.org.


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