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Look at that sweet little face!
 
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I can't handle it. It's so freakin' adorable.
 
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poor thing It would be much happier in a field with its mum
 
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he looks pretty damn happy right where he is to me lol
 
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More cute Donkys http://quartermoonranch.com/carolynsarticlesandstories/facts.html

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I had baby goats who often choose indoor TV and petting time, to barnyard time with mom.
 
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You're killin me. I want one. We were just talking about miniature donkeys the other day. The hammock looks nice too.

 
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Donkey's all like, "Pshaw, horses are total suckers, getting all bred up too big to lie down. Now THIS is domestication."

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If you browse small ads here where I live (Spain) you may encounter donkeys for sale... Whole or half.
(Yupp, they eat em )
 
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Oh great, now I need a donkey!
 
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