Thirty-two donkeys, originally from North Texas and set for death at a Mexican slaughterhouse, are back home and safe.
After the plight of dozens of donkeys went viral, an animal lover steps in, secures homes for half the group and gets help from the Humane Society of North Texas to care for the remaining animals.
Walmart Stores Inc. says it’s considering taking legal action against “responsible parties” after DNA testing showed traces of fox meat in the donkey meat it sold in China.
Adoption is always seen as a selfless act and officials in Parker County are hoping there are North Texans willing to voluntarily take several donkeys home. Yes, donkeys.
Back in October, Phil and Cara Yellott made a ‘big’ purchase, taking in animals that their former owner couldn’t afford to feed.
At Camp Carter’s YMCA Equestrian Center near Forth there are two new additions.
Unofficially, Texas celebrates donkeys and their historical and cultural significance. Officially? The policy on wild burros is shoot to kill.
Bow hunting season opened in Tarrant County 10 days ago. But that doesn’t explain the strange deaths of two animals on a Fort Worth ranch near Saginaw where a lone donkey now stands in a pasture, unwilling to leave her young, which were shot dead with a bow and arrows.