Archive for July, 2011

Grants Helps Sheltered Donkeys Get Treatment. - 28th July, 2011
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MONDAY, 25 JULY 2011 02:00 CARIBARENA NEWS ANTIGUA ENVIRONMENT – Antigua St John’s – Regular treatment and veterinary care, including a baseline study, can now be conducted on over 150 rescued donkeys at the Antigua & Barbuda Humane Society, thanks to an annual grant from the Pettus-Crowe Foundation. Antigua’s donkey sanctuary, located near Bethesda, offers a permanent […]


Gaza’s Donkeys Smile Again - 27th July, 2011
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In the middle of the popular Souk Al zawia market, in El Balad area of downtown Gaza City, Abu Fathi’s donkey stands proud, self-confident, and carefree. It looked pitifully at the rickshaws, also known as tuk-tuks, that were either escaping from the traffic police or broken-down and left on the sidewalks, and then murmured, “Thanks […]


MOROCCO: WHAT ABOUT THE DONKEYS? - 18th July, 2011
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http://www.moroccoboard.com/ I thought at first that I might write about donkeys in Morocco because I see them everywhere, so I did a little research to deepen my understanding–and I quickly learned that Susan Orlean already wrote that story for Smithsonian Magazine (September 2009). She wrote about donkeys carrying the same loads I’ve seen on their […]


TLC helps donkey recover from neglect in USA - 15th July, 2011
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DeKalb County owners may face charges. By Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel Standing in a bed of straw on slightly wobbly legs, Dink, a year-old donkey, slowly turned his head to look at his visitors. Keli Freels, one of the owners of Temenos Horse Rescue in DeKalb County, gently picked straw from Dink’s wooly coat. […]