Check out this article from The Horse on Donkey Welfare

“As the sun sets on another day in a village rife with poverty, a scrawny donkey begins his evening forage for scraps of grass, weeds, straw, or anything else he can find.

After working alongside his owner all day, taking goods to and from the local market, the donkey has been turned loose—as is custom in the region—to eat, find a puddle to drink from, and fend for himself while his owner uses what little money he’s made to feed his family. The next morning the owner will fetch the donkey for another day of work under an African sun…”


Read the full article here.

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