This toddler lives on Lamu, an island off the mainland of Kenya, where we have a small, busy clinic where working donkeys and orphaned foals are helped by our caring staff.
We are looking to recruit a pool of volunteers to work on a rota basis throughout the summer season in 2 to 3 hour shifts to give guided tours of the Sanctuary, including our extensive network of walkways.
The Donkey Sanctuary's work in Mexico helps thousands of working donkeys and mules every year through mobile services throughout the city and outskirts.
Oliver was abandoned and tied up tightly when our staff at our Sanctuary in Ireland found him.
Paccombe Training Centre has a life-size grey stuffed donkey who's affectionately called Henry. He regularly helps out during the training courses, especially when beginners need to practice putting on head collars before they join the real donkeys!