This page listis the donkeys & mules available for adoption through FCER. The same adoption process applies as for horses. If you have questions about a donkey or mules please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Glory & Bee
Glory and Bee are 2 jenny donkeys. Both have freeze brands on their necks. They can be haltered and will lead, but are still about 1/2 feral, and will require a person with patience to continue their training. Bee is about 12 years old, and Glory is about 10 years old. They are up to date on vaccinations and teeth floating. Glory has had all her feet trimmed, Bee only the fronts. They must go together, and remain together.
Congratulations to Allen and Gayla!
Lilly is a 25 year old donkey. She came to FCER after being picked up as a stray and her friend Millie near a local highway. Lilly is a gentle, quite donkey that enjoys being groomed. She arrived at FCER about 150 pounds overweight and will need a home willing to continue her diet and exercise. Lilly does lead nicely and loads into a trailer easily. She is current on her vaccinations, deworming and teeth floating. She does need a patient person to work with her on picking up her back feet.
Mille was found along the highway with her friend, Lilly. The two of them were not claimed by their owner so they were subsequently auctioned off by the New Mexico Livestock Board, state authorities. FCER bid on them to prevent them from entering the slaughter pipeline. Millie is a quiet, gentle mule. She's about 25 years old. Her right eye is going blind, so when care must be taken by her handler when on that side so Millie knows you are there. Mille leads well, loads well, and is good with her front feet for the farrier. She needs a person willing to work with her on handling her back feet.
Millie is being adopted out as a
PASTURE PAL ONLY
Her adoption includes a 6 month probationary period to make sure it's working out.
Adoption fee for Millie is $150
FCER is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charitable organization, and all donations are tax-deductible.