Why Is It That Of All Animals, The Donkey Is Mercilessly Abused By Man?
We don't have a great track record with any of the other animals, frankly. Donkeys get off easy compared to wild rabbits, foxes, and mice. In fact, donkeys, along with horses, are treated quite well in North America.
by skellie 2 years ago
There are so many animals in the world that exist today and have existed in the past. As I person who has not had much of an opportunity for travel, I wanted to put together a list of all known animals and find out a bit more about the ones that I am not aware of.Please list you chosen animal and...
by Annette Thomas 7 years ago
Just wanted to see what everyone thought about it. One cannot deny that people are seeing something, but what the heck is it? Seriously.I think I heard that somebody actually admitted that this famous photo was faked.I live right in the middle of an area where numerous sightings have...
by Michelle Liew 6 years ago
Why is it so difficult to say "no" at the right time?
by Laurel Rogers 7 years ago
Only a week ago, my hubby and I decided to take in 'Milo', a stunning Chocolate Lab who had been mistreated, we were told at the shelter. He is around 15 months old, and acts quite the puppy. He seems extremely happy-his tail tells the tale! Haha!-but I am concerned about his history-of...
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