Monday, October 26

Monday Dose of Cute: One Scene, Two Angles

In Front of the Camera: Little Fernando All Alone at the Mineral Trough

At the Camera: Attacked by The Donkettes!

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  1. What a cutey! Donkeys are so irresistible!



  2. I'm lovin the nostrils.... :-)
    Aren't they so cute?

  3. *smile* They are all just the BEST! What great photos. They make me smile from ear to ear! Thanks for making my day!

  4. Gotta love 'em.....Fernando's baby coat is so pretty. It is soft or coarse?
    Thank you for a great dose of donkey love!

  5. I just love Ferdinand's winter coat! He looks so warm.

  6. My goodness! I could hear them breathing on you in that second photo.

  7. I love it!!! It looks like they're fighting for kisses!

  8. Wow, those guys sure are shaggy. I bet they are really soft too.

  9. The Donkettes( giggling) that always cracks me up. Your captions are the best. Fernando is adorable. Nothing at FAO Schwartz could begin to touch him for cuddley looking. Will you keep him or sell, er adopt him out for big bucks.
    What breed are your Donkeys? Are they Mammoth donkeys? I can't really tell size wise from the pictures but they look fairly good sized.


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