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Taking in a Donkey

Old Apr 14th 2010, 10:16 am
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Originally Posted by cardinal
This old mare is already part chorizo. It´s going to need some medical treatment to say the least. I don´t even know why it goes back home to whoever is doing that to it. Pretty disgusting.
But anyway, it would need a really long marinade, I can see that.
What are the signs of mistreatment, beyond the fact you appear to think its old and knackered anyway?
Maybe the owner is too sentimental to have it put down or too skint too afford a vet?
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Old Apr 14th 2010, 12:57 pm
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Originally Posted by cardinal
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A really mistreated donkey has been coming to our finca to visit and eat what we give it. If the "owner" whom we´ve located, doesn´t gouge us too much, we´ll take it on. Any helpful advice would be most appreciated.
Depends on what you mean by take it on.
If you mean take over the food and watering, I can't see the owner objecting, though they don't like people sticking their nose in sometimes.
If you mean take over ownership, that is a whole new thing and I would urge you to not do so as it involves a lot of paperwork and money.
It would be a full time commitment, not to be entered into lightly.
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Old Apr 14th 2010, 1:12 pm
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They make great salami donkeys do...
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