"Horses Dream Of Being Trained The Way A Donkey Demands To Be Trained" Melody Johnson

Help A Wild Burro (Donkey) And You Will Get Paid $500.00


Learn about a brand new program sponsored by The HSUS to help find homes for wild burros! Contact Heidi Hopkins at hhopkins@hsus.org to find out how you can help a wild burro and get paid to do it!

The details:

In 120 days or less- gentle a burro  (halter train, trailer load, pick up all four feet)

Find a qualified adopter willing to pay the $125 adoption fee

GET PAID $500!!!!!!!!!

It’s that simple.

Wild burros are available in Oregon!

Time is running out, if you are interested in this pilot program please contact hhopkins@hsus.org  ASAP!

To read more about this 5 year grant aimed at helping wild burros go here:

Select WILD BURROS (donkeys) Grant Project

Heidi Hopkins

The Platero Project Program Manager


t 503-747-8894     fax 503-482-5653


From: Rio The Mammoth Donkey,

All of these wild donkeys will be sent to slaughter if we do not find them good homes.  Please share this alert on your fb page. No matter what you think about the politics playing out here we need to step up and find these wild donkeys good homes and fast. Psst, Did you know my human mom Melody Johnson, is a trainer of humans to train donkeys, mules and horses?  Yep, she does it all from her computer via the world-wide internet for free until Jan 1st, 2014 when she starts her new business Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC.

GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!






4 Responses to “Help A Wild Burro (Donkey) And You Will Get Paid $500.00”

  1. Donkey Whisperer Farm

    Reblogged this on Donkey Whisperer Farm Blog and commented:

    Please share on your wordpress page. These donkeys are heading to slaughter if we do not find them homes. I am available to help with diet, training, coaching and consulting you to give these donkeys a great life. I promise the donkey will be the best thing you ever gave yourself, remember donkeys come in two’s. Melody


    • Donkey Whisperer Farm

      Hi Jaden,

      Thank you for reading my blog and for taking a moment to re-blog to help save a donkey or two. Donkeys are most happiest and healthy when living with at least one more donkey just like a horse would prefer to live with another horse.



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