Donkey to companion my donkey

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Lori
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Donkey to companion my donkey

#11 Post by Lori »

Coldonat wrote: Mon Aug 08, 2022 8:05 pm I'll dig a couple out.

One that I didn't take and wish I had was when we went to get them, mid January. I'd borrowed a horse box and on the way home I had to stop for some fuel. We'd put Mum (Moka) in the box, and son (Pickle, the name says it all) I had picked up and put him in the back of our Laguna. As I was filling up, a car pulled into the other side of the pump, and the look on the face of the passenger was something to behold! "There's a donkey staring at me in the back of that car!" He stood up all the way through a 40km journey, jammed between the back seat and the back of the car, standing on an old towel, and all he did was a minuscule pee. He didn't panic, and calmly let me pick him up out of the car and put him down when we got home as if nothing had happened. He's a big boy now and could probably pick me up.
Sweet. :)

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#12 Post by Polarengineer »

With those memories, it will be very difficult for you to move them on.

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#13 Post by Coldonat »

Here's a couple, the one in the snow with my wife, when Pickle, he's the grey, was still quite young, and the other last year when things were green and, again Pickle being naughty, trying to eat the leaves on a tree.
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Lori
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#14 Post by Lori »

So cute !

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