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

Donkey Basketball Is Wrong – Why Do People Laugh?

8 Responses to “Donkey Basketball Is Wrong – Why Do People Laugh?”

  1. chrllrobb.blog

    A good post. I have laughed at this too before I owned a mule and a donkey. It makes me cringe to be in a loud gym. I can only imagine what it sounds like to an animal with much better hearing than we have. I have to root for the donkey that kept pitching the rider over his/her head.


  2. swamiyesudas

    My Dear Melody, I would right away say that I Thank You for running this farm for Donkeys. So many other creatures are cared for. Why not this one too?

    Had never heard of Donkey Basketball. Ill treating this animal or any other, just so that one can pass the time is Shameful on the part of Us Humans. Even if the Donkey is to be used to raise some funds, to Ill Treat it, Bully it, makes ‘Us’ Inhuman.

    In India, sadly, All Cart Animals are treated quite badly. (The Indian Military has Mules, and they treat them Well. Thank God).

    PS: Have You posted a picture of Your Mammoth donkey Rio Johnson? Is he the tall one in the picture of the trio? …Glad these animals are getting some Love.


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