I am delighted to welcome one of my favourite writers, Jessica Anselment, to Donkey Time. Jess’s blog, A Donkumentary, with its magical and sometimes misty-eyed musings on donkeys, love and life, from her little ranch in Texas, instantly had me hooked. Her work has also been featured in Flash Fiction Magazine and ‘America’s Emerging Writers: An Anthology of Nonfiction’.
In this special guest post, Jess tells us how she came to rescue Tink, a donkey with a difference, and how he inspired her to write her first children’s book, recently published by Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue, the largest donkey charity in America…
Donkey Home Visit with Mark Kerr, Donkey Welfare Adviser
It’s February and there’s a gale blowing. I pass a fallen tree on the way. I’m meeting Mark at a garden centre in Horsham, West Sussex. We’ve managed to pick the day of Storm Doris. We navigate rows of plant pots and brightly coloured flowers and take refuge in the café. Read more ›
Introducing Mark Kerr, Donkey Welfare Adviser for The Donkey Sanctuary
The Donkey Sanctuary has been a feature of life for donkey lovers in the UK and around the world for nearly fifty years. Since its humble beginnings in 1968, with one donkey called Naughty Face, it has grown into one of the most important animal charities in the world. The first and last word on donkeys. Open 365 days a year from 9am until dusk, they are always there, letting us know that we’re right to love these amazing creatures and do all we can to protect them. Read more ›