craigslisthorses:

It’s ears though. 
And I’m not a mule or donkey expert, but these things are ugly.. http://nashville.craigslist.org/grd/4035145660.html
and kind of pathetic  craigslisthorses:

It’s ears though. 
And I’m not a mule or donkey expert, but these things are ugly.. http://nashville.craigslist.org/grd/4035145660.html
and kind of pathetic 

craigslisthorses:

It’s ears though. 

And I’m not a mule or donkey expert, but these things are ugly.. http://nashville.craigslist.org/grd/4035145660.html

and kind of pathetic 

the-geekyblonde:

The best names for animals ever by Jenna marbles


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mentalfacts:

Fact#  6205:  Donkeys kill more people annually than plane crashes.

mentalfacts:

Fact# 6205: Donkeys kill more people annually than plane crashes.

massdestructionb:

GUYS DONKEYS ARE SO UNDERRATED

LIKE DONKEYS

ARE SO  FREAKING

 

ADORABLE

LOOK AT THEIR BIG OL’ EARS

LOOK AT THEIR LIL’ LEGS

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

donkeynews:

Britain’s smallest donkey size of dog | Western Daily Press donkeynews:

Britain’s smallest donkey size of dog | Western Daily Press donkeynews:

Britain’s smallest donkey size of dog | Western Daily Press donkeynews:

Britain’s smallest donkey size of dog | Western Daily Press
thegeekmonkey:

for those of you wondering, we currently have 28 baby goats and lambs (and counting) with us right now, five of whom are bottle babies (four are in the first two pictures), 6 deer, 3 fawns, 4 donkeys, 3 llamas, 2 alpacas, 6 wallabies, 9 pigs (and piglets on the way) thegeekmonkey:

for those of you wondering, we currently have 28 baby goats and lambs (and counting) with us right now, five of whom are bottle babies (four are in the first two pictures), 6 deer, 3 fawns, 4 donkeys, 3 llamas, 2 alpacas, 6 wallabies, 9 pigs (and piglets on the way) thegeekmonkey:

for those of you wondering, we currently have 28 baby goats and lambs (and counting) with us right now, five of whom are bottle babies (four are in the first two pictures), 6 deer, 3 fawns, 4 donkeys, 3 llamas, 2 alpacas, 6 wallabies, 9 pigs (and piglets on the way) thegeekmonkey:

for those of you wondering, we currently have 28 baby goats and lambs (and counting) with us right now, five of whom are bottle babies (four are in the first two pictures), 6 deer, 3 fawns, 4 donkeys, 3 llamas, 2 alpacas, 6 wallabies, 9 pigs (and piglets on the way) thegeekmonkey:

for those of you wondering, we currently have 28 baby goats and lambs (and counting) with us right now, five of whom are bottle babies (four are in the first two pictures), 6 deer, 3 fawns, 4 donkeys, 3 llamas, 2 alpacas, 6 wallabies, 9 pigs (and piglets on the way) thegeekmonkey:

for those of you wondering, we currently have 28 baby goats and lambs (and counting) with us right now, five of whom are bottle babies (four are in the first two pictures), 6 deer, 3 fawns, 4 donkeys, 3 llamas, 2 alpacas, 6 wallabies, 9 pigs (and piglets on the way) thegeekmonkey:

for those of you wondering, we currently have 28 baby goats and lambs (and counting) with us right now, five of whom are bottle babies (four are in the first two pictures), 6 deer, 3 fawns, 4 donkeys, 3 llamas, 2 alpacas, 6 wallabies, 9 pigs (and piglets on the way) thegeekmonkey:

for those of you wondering, we currently have 28 baby goats and lambs (and counting) with us right now, five of whom are bottle babies (four are in the first two pictures), 6 deer, 3 fawns, 4 donkeys, 3 llamas, 2 alpacas, 6 wallabies, 9 pigs (and piglets on the way) thegeekmonkey:

for those of you wondering, we currently have 28 baby goats and lambs (and counting) with us right now, five of whom are bottle babies (four are in the first two pictures), 6 deer, 3 fawns, 4 donkeys, 3 llamas, 2 alpacas, 6 wallabies, 9 pigs (and piglets on the way)

thegeekmonkey:

for those of you wondering, we currently have 28 baby goats and lambs (and counting) with us right now, five of whom are bottle babies (four are in the first two pictures), 6 deer, 3 fawns, 4 donkeys, 3 llamas, 2 alpacas, 6 wallabies, 9 pigs (and piglets on the way)

donkeynews:

The World’s First Beekeeping Donkey Is Sort of Adorable | Gizmodo

Meet Boneco, the world’s first beekeeping donkey. He lives in Brazil and helps his owner, Manuel Juraci, make honey. Boneco also does not appear to like his beekeeping suit. But boy does he look adorable while wearing it.
donkeynews:

The World’s First Beekeeping Donkey Is Sort of Adorable | Gizmodo

Meet Boneco, the world’s first beekeeping donkey. He lives in Brazil and helps his owner, Manuel Juraci, make honey. Boneco also does not appear to like his beekeeping suit. But boy does he look adorable while wearing it.

donkeynews:

The World’s First Beekeeping Donkey Is Sort of Adorable | Gizmodo

Meet Boneco, the world’s first beekeeping donkey. He lives in Brazil and helps his owner, Manuel Juraci, make honey. Boneco also does not appear to like his beekeeping suit. But boy does he look adorable while wearing it.

donkeynews:

Mule carries lambs via The Daily Cute

thestoryofpics:

Two German soldiers and their mule wearing gas masks in WWI, 1916.  Horses, mules, dogs and pigeons were vulnerable to poison gases so that special protection was necessary for them.Of the million British horses sent overseas to help with the war effort, only 62,000 returned home. This is the forgotten tragedy of the Great War.