Monday, August 30

Monday Dose of Cute: Attack of the Killer Baby Donkey?

Attack of the Killer Baby Donkey - Not
Yeah, right.

Be careful out there—it's a Monday!

©, the non-rabid foodie farm blog where looks can be deceiving—and hilarious (and nobody was attacked in this scenario).


  1. As menacing as he appears, I could just hug him! What a cutie!

  2. I have already told Ted that if we lived closer we would come and get that baby donkey! He is so cute and with an attitude to boot. What a love.

  3. Looks like they've got him surrounded. Somebody is being halter broken I see....

  4. Well, I had a bit of catching up to do (last couple of weeks have been busy!!), but these little baby donkeys are just too darn cute!! Since it doesn't look like I can have donkeys in the city, I have to live vicariously through you and love yours - thank you! these pictures are wonderful!!

  5. I am still amazed at the wonderful variety of donks you have. The newest little baby (not this one) looks like a bay, for example, and the others are shades of gray. Some are slicker than others. How nice that you don't have to wait until a new lambing time to have babies.

  6. Pretty cute! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Awww that donkey is too cute for words~~
    Goodness I had a battle to add my comment, the word verification wasn't showing.

  8. Thats the cutest little donkey and I would have to kiss him he is so cute. That reminds me of my dog the mama cat. He will tempt her and she will growl and tempt him to bring it on!


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