Saturday, November 5, 2011

A new home for baby

Well, baby brother is going to have a new home in the Syracuse area.  He is going to be taking on the important task of equine companionship, something that donkeys excel at.

Mom and Dad are looking pretty good, especially compared to their condition back in July.  I trimmed their feet again and gave them another dose of wormer.  While they are not perfect looking yet, they are MUCH better.  Both donkeys are moving so much better.

Jack treated us to a nice, long bray trying to entice us to come back for some more scratching.

Jenny really would have liked to jump in the back of the truck and if I thought I could get away with it I'd have let her.  She is so sweet, just like her daughter Emma.  I would have loved to bring her home with me.

Baby brother remained coy and shy but I have no doubt that he will be just as friendly and sweet as the rest with a little time and attention.  

I am so glad to have been able to help these wonderful donkeys.  If anyone out there in cyberspace  wants to dramatically improve your own life, look around for a donkey that needs a little help.  Believe me, there are a lot of them out there.  They will doubly return every bit of love you can give them. 



  1. Girl, what a wonderful thing you have done for this little donkey family!

  2. It is fabulous what you have done with this family of loving longears. We are privileged enough to visit MBF and their fabulous herd and have fallen head over heels in love with donkeys. Oma Linda