Loving donkey in need of a good home (the photo is not of the donkey in question).
A local family who is selling their property can no longer care for their donkey and the new owners have said no thanks to the equine angel.
On the fence? A recent article on “donkey ren-assance” from Modern Farmer might help. For more information or to claim your next best friend contact Norma Rea at email@example.com or Linda Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5 Responses to “Be Bray-ve: Adopt a Donkey”
Hey guys – the folks at Fantasy Farms in Ponte Vedra (off Roscoe) might be interested in adopting him. They take in exotic pets and have just opened to the public as a mini zoo and event venue. Check them out.
Thanks for your interest..
Can you email Linda Morgan at email@example.com?
She has all the info….
You may want to check with Bailey Farms located at 2202 Bishop Rd, St. John’s. They have a donkey’s and mules on their farm.
I always wanted a donkey. I wish I could adopt him.
I’m very pleased to report that the donkeys are staying together and moving to Callahan on a very large lot/farm with horses.. Thanks to all that cared enough to reach out and want to help..