Willie is a standard donkey Jack who was born on 08/09/21. His mother Cagney came to MHARF in May 2021 from a McCleod County humane case in which we worked with Minnesota Federated Humane Societies to assist an owner who had to many animals and could no longer provide the care they needed. Willie will be available for adoption once he is weaned and gelded.
Lacey is a yearling standard donkey jennet who were surrendered to us from a May 2021 McLeod County humane case through Minnesota Federated Humane Societies by an owner who had too many animals and needed assistance. She came in with her mother and was still nursing but has now been weaned and is available for adoption. Lacey is a nice young donkey and would love ot find a new home!
Cagney is a standard donkey jennet who was surrendered to us from a May 2021 McLeod County humane case through Minnesota Federated Humane Societies by an owner who had too many animals and needed assistance. Cagney had a yearling filly at her side who was weaned and is ready to be adopted. Cagney was also pregnant when she came in. She gave birth to Willie on 08/09/21. Both Cagney and Willie are doing well and are currently in our rehab program and not yet available for adoption.
Raymond is a standard donkey who was born in approximately 2017. Raymond was surrendered to us as intact jack from a May 2021 McLeod County humane case through Minnesota Federated Humane Societies by an owner who had too many animals and needed assistance. He has now been gelded and he is friendly but still a little cautious with handling. He has badly neglected hooves and has required some special farrier care to get them back in shape. Raymond would love to find a new home.
Carter is a larger pony (approximately 18 years old, 14hh) who came in as a stallion on 04/26/21 from a Carlton County humane case (charges are pending). He was living in horrible conditions with no turnout whatsoever. We want to thank Investigator Oquist from the Animal Humane Society of MN for assistance in this case. We also want to thank everyone at Anoka Equine Veterinary Services for their care and for the “makeover” Carter received. He has now had a dental float (he had some extremely sharp, painful points–see photo) and he has been gelded. he is putting weight on nicely and will soon go for a training assessment. Watch for updates!