There are times when the do-it-yourself method just doesn't cut it and you need some extra help. Which is why it is so important to have good friends and family to call on when needed.
"YO MOM, i GOT A TERRIBLE ITCH, CAN YOU HELP ME OUT HERE?"
"USE THIS, IT'S MY MOST FAVORITE BRUSH." *
"Is that the spot?"
"JUST A BIT LOWER....AHHHhhhh"
"OH, DON'T STOP NOW. MORE PLEASE."
"Alright kid, just a bit more, but then it's my turn."
"OK THEN, FAIRS FAIR, HAND IT OVER."
"YOU KNOW, THIS IS AN AWFUL LOT OF WORK. THERE MUST BE A BETTER WAY TO DO THIS. MAYBE WE SHOULD HIRE SOME PROFESSIONAL HELP?"
"THAT'S IT, i KNOW WHAT TO DO! WE'LL GET MA TO DO IT! SHE HAS THUMBS AND EVERYTHING. AND YOU KNOW HOW SHE'S ALWAYS TELLING US HOW IMPORTANT IT IS TO HAVE THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB....THUMBS, FAVORITE BRUSH...PERFECT COMBINATION, WE'D BE SET."
"HEY MA, WE GOT A JOB FOR YOU. HERE YA GO."
*These cheap, plastic curry combs have indeed proven to be the most favorite donkey brush. They don't much like the soft rubber ones that the horses love so much nor any of the other brushes (with the occasional exception of the metal shedding blade), but they love this. It has also proven to be the only brush that actually works on Ramsey. With all of his fluffy, baby hair, he is like trying to groom a cotton ball. A big, squirmy cotton ball who loooooves rolling in the hay.