Thursday, September 26, 2019

Donkey Rescued from Crackhouse !

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This will not be an important story to many, but to what lengths do crack heads go and why ?? Thank goodness a good soul made the call !

A call was received to the Forest and Zoo Department of Mexicali, where the staff was asked to rescue of a donkey that was locked in an abandoned house in the Portales neighborhood, inside a property which was allegedly used by drug addicts as a crack house.

Upon arriving at the scene the forest staff realized that the animal was in very bad health conditions.
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José Luis García Chavira, director of the forest and zoo of Mexicali said that when they arrived they confirmed that it was a female of the species Donkey (Burro), and that the animal had several severe injuries in the head, ears, and deep cuts in the hind legs, which required immediate veterinary attention.
                                         Humans are not the only victims of drug abuse
Once in the facilities of the Forest and Zoo, the donkey received the attention of the team of veterinarians of the institution, who performed the corresponding medical attentions. The specimen was anesthetized, and then the vets proceeded to wash and disinfect the wounds and suture them.

The donkey was also given antibiotics, vitamins, and intravenous fluids. The animal is currently still under medical care and recovering satisfactorily at the Zoo.

Donkeys and /or burros can live 40 -50 years with a healthy life style and some hoof care and are not worked to death. Many people the world over just use them for overloaded beasts of burden and they don't live much beyond 10-12 years. I will call this donkey LUCKY ! Get well soon !

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    1. Sometimes I wonder if Sicario006 is just a DEA agent trolling the internet.

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  2. Yanqui got room to add another donkey to your farm collection? How about more goats.

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    1. Poor donkey possibly hooked the crack. There's no food so crack is fed.

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    2. I was thinking the same thing 😂

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    3. Yanqui I use spell correct, and puts in Yanqui. Anyway having a farm in the open, relieves stress, and time goes slow. My adrenaline goes up, everytime I have to chase a bad guy, tunnel vision, quick reflex. Stress relief at farm is a must.

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    4. @2:59 HaHa .......well, I wondered about the Yanqui , if you used it on purpose or not, no problemo.......just can't train spellcheck.
      There is alot of stress relief in taking that " anger out to the back 40 and chop some wood" too . Nothing like a filthy dirty donkey hug either.

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  3. I'd say they should treat the owners of this donkey the same way they treatment this poor donkey or give years in jail. It pains me to see how some Mexican treat these poor animals.

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    1. Ehm the USBP shoots wild donkeys all the time.

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    2. Yes yes, I know but at least they weren't tied up and locked up and starved and tortured.
      There is also someone shooting up the protected herd in the Mojave which really pisses me off.......one of mine was born and lived in the wild near Death Valley .......you CANNOT out think that ass. I ride her too, heehee.

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  4. Thank God that Donky is safe!
    Now we can all live peacefully and not put a Amber Alert!!

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    1. Don't mock when something good happens in the world for once.

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  5. We need articles of 'faith restored in humanity' like these too. It's nice to see good people with a heart are still out there.

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    1. We absolutely do, even a terrible story turned around, restores a little hope.

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  6. I'd sooner give the Donkey a visa to cross the border

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  7. I don't mind cartel members getting killed.But not donkeys,this is cruel.

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  8. It sounds to me that there were already a bunch of jackasses in that house with this poor burro.

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  9. Thank God someone called in an reported it, or else this poor animal would have been dead. Whoever did this need they ass whooped... Donkey lives matter too!

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  10. Happens all the time where I xome from in Nigeria.

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  11. A happy story! Thank you as I enjoy animals more than people 😁
    Mica

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  12. There's still some humanness left somewhere in Mexico..

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  13. Reminds me of pic twitter user took while in Mexico somebody painted donkey to look like Zebra.

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    1. Assininus Equinus comes from the African wild ass, closely related to zebras. Some breeders are crossing them. Zonkeys.

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