A new sanctuary inhabitant: Noah
Lucy and her team have just rescued another little donkey: This is Noah!
He is an ungelded boy, but the vet will be coming in the next few days to see to that. He’s about 7 years old and was confiscated by the Israeli army, from his Palestinian owner when a couple of Israeli soldiers saw the donkey cowering as the man was beating him.
He’s a dear boy despite having been so badly abused and when he arrived at the sanctuary, he walked in as good as gold amidst lots of ee-oors, some welcoming, some more of a warning about who’s boss - they were more from the younger boys of course, even though they’re all gelded.
He has quite a scarred nose and has very wrinkled skin because of the multiple chains that were used to ’control’ him, but body condition wise, he is quite good.
He comes from the same area as three of the sanctuary's other donkeys, Apples, Carrots and Bear.
Lucy does everything she can to help and protect donkeys and horses who need help. We need to ensure her sanctuary will always be there to offer a safe home to those who need help, away from the dangers of this harsh world.
Without the help from our generous supporters, we would not be able to help these precious animals. Please, will you consider making a donation? However large or small, your donation will make a difference in the lives of the donkeys and horses.
Thank you so much ❤️