FOUND HOME !!! Free to good home: Mini Donkey (mule?)
We have a 6 year old mini donkey (or mule, some people say there cant be mini donkey's but we purchased him as a mini donkey) who is FREE to a good home. His name is luigi, and he's a gelding. He's chock full of personality and makes a great companion.
He lives outdoors year round and is a really easykeeper. no blankets, no feed, just hay. Due to unfortunate circumstances at home, we can no longer keep him. He must go to a good home who will take care of him and has a good sense of humor.
PLEASE PM me for details. Luigi is located in Central NJ.
here is a video of him and a few kids having fun this past summer:
He's cute and he can jump. Cute I need, the jumping doesn't matter. How is he with other horses?
"needs a sense of humor" indicates to me that he gets up to pesky pranks like our old Shetland. Funny but never while it's happening. Things like finding the pony has gone up three steps into the tack room and forgotten how to come back down, like letting all the horses out of their stalls overnight for a romp in the barnyard. (Does it really take a person on either side with a rope and one behind cracking a whip to handle him? )
Looks like your kids have fun with Luigi, sorry you can't keep him.
"If you would have only one day to live, you should spend at least half of it in the saddle."
We still have him, he's still availabile! No he does not take 2 leadropes for handling, but given his choice, he'd ditch the 10 year old brats and jump the course himself!
He's great with other horses, and prefers them. I'm not sure how he'd be with goats, we don't really have any!
Coyotes are no threat, He lives outside 24/7. Coyotes don't usually target horses, even mini mules! He's pretty damn tough! He's very sweet but loves to play, so he's often seen racing his own shadow, bucking and farting and having a good time - with or without other equine pals.
He was out with a Clydesdale for a long time - it was quite the sight, seeing a tiny thing and a gigantic thing. They were pals though, but Luigi certainly was head of the herd!
He'll also let you know when its breakfast time, as well as dinner time. And he's a great guard mule - he brays whenever someone drives up!