In a remote island community
Lockie is one!
A year since the birth of our lockdown foal
Four donkeys without shelter
Can you donate today?
Update: 4 June 2021
We are preparing to reopen our sanctuary to the public in July. To begin, our sanctuary will open for a few days each week. We will be operating a ticket booking system for visitors. We will share more information with you in the next couple of weeks about exact dates and how to book your visit. We know you missed our donkeys and they missed you too. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Caring for two donkeys and a mule was proving difficult for an owner who reached out to us for help and advice.
Our vital community based work continues. Read on to learn more about four donkeys that urgently needed our help.
Our Donkey Welfare Advisers (DWA) regularly support donkey owners with advice about how to care for their animals.
Lockie was born at our sanctuary in shortly after the first lockdown began in 2020. Read on to find out how he's been developing.
Following reports about the remains of a donkey along the river Corrib in Co Galway, members our welfare team investigated.
Learn more about a complex welfare concern from 2020 that resulted in the rehoming of donkeys.