I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.


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Monday, December 1, 2008

Burro Rescue

On the way home from the post office, we saw S just off the road walking her.......


Actually this little fellow, named Chili, has been free ranging with cows all summer, and not always on the range. Cows and burro were seen all over the neighborhood. Now that the cows have been brought off the range poor Chili has been all alone.

This 14 year old burro belonged to someone who moved away, a pet since birth. Many in town have voiced a concern that Chili would be hit crossing the busy highway. S has been trying to catch this adorable burro for weeks and make sure he gets a good home.

Gaelyn & Chili

Berta and I burro sat in S’s backyard while she went to talk to a local rancher about moving Chili to his new home at Muleshoe Animal Clinic. And he won’t be alone as there are three other burros living there.

Chili acts like an overgrown dog lazily walking on a leash. He happily crunched down carrots and apples while leaning into head scratches. His soft gray wavy coat contrasts with the chocolate brown cross created by the mane and back-stripe right into his tail. His huge ears are two-tone. Plus his big brown eyes......

Very cute. No room at my house for a burro. I’m just glad that S rescued Chili and found him a good home.


ramblingwoods said...

It's amazing how people can just leave animals like that..I hope he gets a good home..

Karen said...

He is a cutie! I hope I get to meet him. I'll even bring a carrot.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Awww, he's a cutie. He's big enough to ride, not walk.

Leedra said...

How do people just leave an animal not knowing what is going to happen to it. Glad somebody has taken it in.

The Good Life in Virginia said...

poor little fella...happy to hear he has found a home now...some times people are just stupid when it comes to the care of animals!
have a good day.

Allison said...

That little guy is too cute!!

Esther Garvi said...

Burros are so cute! I wonder how big they would be compared to Nigerien donkeys... So glad he found a home! It always makes you happy when abandoned pets stories get a happy ending!

Greetings from Niger!

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