A few days ago I told you all about Donkey Roping.
Most of you were pretty upset about it… Many of you wrote and emailed the editor of the local paper of the town (Van Horn, TX) that is hosting the Donkey Roping Championship this weekend. (You can read about how to email in this blog.)
Today, in my inbox, was this photo of a jenny who is sitting in a feedlot in Fallon, NV. She is 10 years old, unhandled, healthy and looks just like my Norma Jean. Since she is unhandled, a donkey and in the Fallon Feedlot, she will most likely go to a Mexican slaughter house or the donkey ropers.
The good news is that one of the tireless workers who does everything she can to save as many equines as possible from the Fallon Feedlot has secured a Sanctuary home for this donkey.
She just needs bail and transportation costs. $550.
*If we raise more than $550, the excess will go into a fund to help more Fallon horses with rescue, transportation and upkeep. So no worries if we collect more!!
LET’S ‘HELP SPRING THIS JENNY’ BUCKET FUND (anyone have name suggestions?)
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