So Susan, what kind of treats do your Donkeys get? Mine like ginger snaps and animal cookies.Great photos!
It's all about the ears!They certainly do look soft and fluffy and cute. Really great photos. This is a wonderful way to start the day. I will be thinking of them all day long! Donkey therapy!
I could just sit and pet them all day. Which really wouldn't be helpful but it would be so peaceful. Do they always share so nicely?
what great pix! I'd love to give those donkey ears a scratch - they look so soft! (You know I love all your animals!)
that's like a donkey ballet! so adorable!(following your blog for a few weeks now from somewhere in the Mediterranean)
I don't know how you manage to get such wonderful pictures - but you do a great job every time you post one.
Oh my! This makes me want to go in there and start petting. I would be out there all day. Ha HaThanks for sharing.Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
That's a lotta ears there!
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