Do you have a big enough heart/home for a small miracle?
Guys, this is a baby miniature donkey.
Just chilling in the dirt.
This is also a mini donkey.
Here is a mini donkey chilling with his dog BFF.
And this is a mini donkey galloping on his adorable
little short legs through the paddock.
Recently, more than a 160 mini donkeys
were rescued from a breeder in Texas.
Obviously you should have plenty of room if you plan on taking in a mini donkey, and be able to provide them with proper care and feeding.
And FYI, according to the National Miniature Donkey Association, “Miniature donkeys are ‘herd’ animals. To avoid undue stress and loneliness, it is strongly recommended they not be kept singly but with another Miniature Donkey or other animal as a life-long friend” — so you may want to consider applying for two.
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