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Will You Help To Stop Another Donkey Basketball School Fund Raiser Event?

Will You Help To Stop Another Donkey Basketball School Fund Raiser Event?


On February 19th, 2014 another Donkey Basketball school fund-raiser event begins.  Will you help Stop this event as we have all the others?

Just takes a few minutes to send an e-mail to the local newspaper and the event coordinator at News article explaining when this event starts in Feb 19, 2014, 2014. Select Newspaper article to read all about this event.

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The event, which will take place at 7 p.m. Feb, 19,  2014 will feature 32 live donkeys – yes, you read that right. Donkeys. Four teams of eight players each will then ride the donkeys in an effort to score baskets, similar to traditional basketball.  – Copied from the news paper article above.

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We need to STOP DONKEY BASKETBALL!  This fund-raising event is coming to a school of children on Feb 19, 2014. Donkey Basketball is in-humane. How the teachers think this is good for students to learn to abuse introverted scared donkeys  is beyond my comprehension with all the violence going on in schools today.


“Donkeys are mostly introverts and do not like loud noises! Donkeys have weight limits to be ridden, no more than 20% of their body weight including the tack. Donkeys lay down when scared and overwhelmed as they are into self-preservation. Donkeys pull back when scared. Donkeys buck when scared or too much weight is on them or worse on their butt and not the right position. ” Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm

Please select Donkey Basket ball to read why this is in-humane and teaches our children to bully. Abuse of animals has been proven to increase the odds of human abuse.. 

My E-mail:  To the

Donkeys are mostly introverts, do not like loud sounds. Donkeys lay down when scared as they are into self-preservation this is why they use them and the mule 1/2  horse and 1/2 donkey in the Grand Canyon.
What are you teaching the children to abuse an animal that is afraid and lays down?

Please stop this fund-raising event now!  We are starting a huge group to go to the newspapers and we would like you to be reasonable and just think about this from the donkeys prospective. The donkey is the under-dog and the most abused of all the equine in our world. Donkeys have weight limits. Donkeys are not fed or given water for hours to days before an event like this. Please Stop this abuse now as you can do the right thing and be a human angel. Teach our children to respect animals it is already proven when a child learns it is ok to abuse an animal adults are next. This is abuse.

Thank you for your consideration,
Melody Johnson,
Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC

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

Please send your e-mail, stay calm, no emotion and explain why this event should be stopped to  & sign into the  Newspaper article and leave your comment.

Key points:

1.  What are we teaching our children?

2. Donkeys have weight limits no more than 20% of their body weight.

3. Donkeys are introverts they do not enjoy loud noises. Bucking is fear based and can be too much weight or not riding in the correct place. Never ride on the butt.

4. Donkeys lay down when under stress and abuse.

5. Donkeys are smart and do not have to be pulled to walk on, they are very smart.

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



Posted by on January 12, 2014 in 2014, animals, donkey, family


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Five Year Old Child Explaining How GOD Creates A Miracle – Never Give Up!

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



Posted by on March 24, 2013 in 2013, GOD, healing, health, video


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Partners Against Pain – November is National Caregivers Awareness Month

Please select Partners Against Pain for more information.

November is National Caregivers Awareness Month

Sending a big thank you to all the caregivers working hard to care for our beloved family members.  I would like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to my aunt Peg for caring for my ninety-two year old grandma!  My grandmother still lives in the home my grandfather built for her over fifty years ago all of this is directly attributed to my aunts hard work and dedication.

Me and my grandma before my pain was managed note the smile on my face shows pain.

We must remember no human or animal should suffer from horrific pain, this is not a quality life.   I went over one year without having my pain managed not understanding that the pain was not going to go away like when we break our leg or something.   Pain is a signal to say something is wrong and we need to get help I highly suggest reaching out and doing your homework when helping a loved one navigate pain management.  Before my pain was managed I refused to eat much, suffered from insomnia as the pain would wake me up I found myself living a life in a deep blur this is not healthy.

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



Posted by on November 19, 2012 in health


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Why Is My Donkey Chasing My Cows?


Donkeys NEED a strong playmate to grab ahold of the neck, play tug with a food bowl and chase after.  Donkeys are not horses they are donkeys and they play different from the horse.  If you have a herd of cows and a donkey chasing after them I would say your donkey is bored and more than likely young and has no donkey to play with he/she is bored to death. 

Never leave a donkey with baby sheep, goats or baby cows as the donkey can get bored and pick up the youngster by the neck “donkeys play really rough and can kill the animal not big enough to defend itself.”  Donkeys are not being crazy or mean they are just doing what donkeys do playing, they need a play mate that can play the way Donkeys play.  Check out my youtbue video Size Does Not Matter to see how donkeys play.

Ideas To Stop This Behavior – Remember Donkeys Are Thinkers and They Get Bored Easy

1.  Make sure your donkey has toys, black feed bowl or orange traffic cone – Donkeys like to play with their mouths all the time

2.  If your donkey is a Jack turn him into a John

3.  Please remember Donkeys go in two’s, get your donkey another donkey to play with and chase.  Never ever leave your donkey with an animal too small as donkeys are just being donkeys they play really rough with their mouths and grab the neck of the playmate.  This is why donkeys have such thick necks compared to the horse as donkeys grab the neck of another donkey.  My donkeys would never attempt to grab my horses neck. Why? She is a strong big horse not a donkey!  Smile.

Please share information and enjoy your donkeys as donkeys are most happiest with another donkey and remember Donkeys are indeed precious gifts from GOD.

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



Posted by on November 4, 2012 in 2012, animals, donkey, horse


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Elephant Advocacy – Rukinga A Three Week Old Baby Elephant

Look how beautiful Rukinga a male three-week old baby elephant is!  “Rukinga is fragile and precious as he is suffering the greatest loss of all the loss of his mother to poaching.”   This little guy is available to foster! Just click the foster link and click on his name.  Thank you!

Reblogged from the Elephant Advocacy select Those Left Behind enjoy!

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


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Posted by on October 11, 2012 in animals, Elephant, GOD


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Death Sentence For Entire Pack Of Wolves In Washington State – Care2 Help?

Death Sentence Issued for Entire Pack of Endangered Wolves

Please select Death Sentence for Entire Pack Of Wolves In Washington to read and make an informative decision.

Please select Defenders of Wildlife Blog explaining in more detail how complicated this has become for the endangered species the wolf, truly sad.

What You Can Do

Today October 5th & 6th the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is hosting a public meeting in Olympia.  Part of this meeting will be used to address the department’s handling of the Wedge pack situation.  If you are able to attend this meeting, please plan to be there.  Those arriving in time to register will have three minutes to express their concerns to the commission.  Click here to see meeting details. Contact the Fish and Wildlife Commission Office for further information: Phone (360) 902-2267  Email:

Looking for a TVW live webcasting of the meeting?

You can watch the staff update starting at 1 p.m., and public comments beginning at 3:15 p.mwith these links.  Select

What do you think?

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



Posted by on October 5, 2012 in 2012, animals, Dog, Life


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Slider A Black Gelding Was Stolen From Property In Montesano, Washington Yesterday – Have you seen this horse?


Posted by on September 24, 2012 in 2012, horse


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