Dodo Kids: Best Animal Friends Yoda is a little dog who has his very own donkey! Her name is Lily, and she loves Yoda so much that she even lets him ride on her back. Watch Best Animal Friends to meet more funny, playful animals who love their […]
Courtesy of The Dodo-Odd Couples “Please, wash your hearts and souls out with this…” ~ R.T.
courtesy of The Dodo and thanks to SkyDog Ranch/Sanctuary “Once again, Clare and crew work their loving magic and do a magnificent job of restoring and recovering the innocent…we love you guys!!!” ~ R.T. When this rescued mustang finally starts running with her new best friend 💛 Keep […]
Source: The Dodo – Little but Fierce “Be Prepared for a Cuteness Overdose!” ~ R.T. This itty-bitty donkey was the size of a human baby when he was born. So his mom brought him into the house and raised him like a dog! Today on Little But Fierce, […]
The Dodo Ronnie the donkey was so depressed after he lost his baby boy. But the woman who adopted him knew exactly what he was going through and figured out the sweetest way to make him feel at home.
By Gavin Off as published on The Charlotte Observer COVID-19 has trapped many Americans at home, tied to their computers for a daily event that has quickly become dreadful: the company’s Zoom meeting. Enter Mambo, the up-to-no-good 8-year-old mini-donkey from Indian Trail, North Carolina. For $50, Mambo’s owners […]
Source: Multiple If you thought baby donkeys were cute, wait until you get a load of this zonkey! A zebra at the Chyulu Hills National Park in Kenya was recently found with a peculiar-looking foal by her side. It had stripes, but they weren’t dark and barely covered […]
by Ellie Hall as published on Buzz Feed News and more “No more restaurants, forget all that. Public gatherings, restaurants, gymnasiums are out the window. We stay home.” Arnold Schwarzenegger is urging people to stay home as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread by making an amazing video featuring his mini […]
Source: The Dodo’s Comeback Kids Jenny and her mom Josie suffered through years of neglect, and their hooves grew so long that they could barely stand. Help has finally arrived — watch them fall in love with their new lives.
Posted by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA as published on The Horse Derived from donkey skin, ejiao is used in traditional Chinese medicine. Demand for donkeys to meet its growing popularity has put the equids at risk They come from Africa. Asia. South America. Australia. Europe. And yes, even North […]