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StillPointe Llama Sanctuary is a top-rated nonprofit

Thanks to our fans, we have won a 2019 Top-Rated Award from GreatNonprofits! Read inspiring stories about us and add your own!

Read More · Discuss · Nov 11, 2019

Nimitz sailors lend a helping hand to Seabeck llamas

Crew members from the Bremerton-docked aircraft carrier assist animal sanctuary’s rehab efforts.

Read the full article here on Kitsap Daily News.

Read More · Discuss · Apr 26, 2018

Chela Grey wins a lifetime achievement award from the Llama Association of North America

Stillpointe’s Chela Grey has been honored with the lifetime achievement award from LANA. Check it out here.

Read More · Discuss · Mar 08, 2016


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During 2015 we have been more than a little overwhelmed with new animals, several deaths and injuries and a lack of volunteer help. erefore we have written no newsletters, taken part in only a couple of small events and generally fallen way behind on our communication with the “outside world”. We are picking up the pieces and attempting to ll in the gaps so that we can spend more time taking care of our responsibility to stay in touch with those of you who have helped us over the years.

Read More · Discuss · Dec 14, 2015


This past year we have rescued /retired/rehabilitated a number and variety of animals. Now the population of critters is at the “bursting at the seams” stage. Although we have found homes for some, most of them stay with us. The majority of individuals is llama , but we have 5 alpacas, 5 goats, 2 sheep, 4 Guinea hens, 1 Standard Poodle, 1 Kowakian Monkey Lizard disguised as a mixed breed dog and 4 very distinguished cats ranging in age from 2 years to 17 years. Download the Newsletter

Read More · Discuss · Dec 15, 2014

We ought not to treat living creatures like shoes or household belongings, which when worn with use we throw away." - Plutarch