Promoting sustainable donkey feed in India
Our CERF fund has helped hundreds of donkey and mule-owning families in Uttarakhand, India, to feed their animals sustainably with home-grown produce during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nine donkeys rescued from neglect
A farmer has been fined and banned from keeping donkeys and horses for 10 years after allowing the condition of eight donkeys in his care to deteriorate to the point where two had to be put to sleep.
Dr Elisabeth Svendsen recognised by The British Equine Veterinary Association
The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has recognised our founder, Dr Elisabeth Svendsen, as part of its 60th-anniversary celebrations.
Flossy and Jubilee find sanctuary
A pair of gentle-natured donkeys whose feet were so overgrown that they began curling upwards are now spending their days grazing with our herd in Derbyshire.
Supporting Smokey the mule
When grooms at our Town Barton Farm in Devon noticed that resident mule Smokey was suffering from an eye injury, our veterinary team raced into action. Find out more here.
Bringing Faith, Hope and Charity to our Belfast sanctuary
The team at our Belfast sanctuary were excited to welcome three new donkeys called Faith, Hope and Charity to its herd this month.
Harvesting haylage in Ireland
Managing feed for our resident herd of donkeys in Liscarroll, Ireland, requires careful planning all year round by Declan Sexton, our Head of Farms in Ireland. Summertime and the annual haylage harvest plays a major part in that planning process.
Building resilience in Zimbabwe
To mark the UN's International Day of Rural Women, we look to a pioneering donkey welfare project funded by The Donkey Sanctuary in western Zimbabwe.
Two donkeys rescued from horrific ordeal in East Yorkshire
A mother and son have been sentenced for a number of animal welfare offences related to two donkeys and a mule kept in unsuitable conditions.