Rating: 5 stars   2 reviews

Issues: Animals

Location: 23 Saw Mill Rd % Ann Firestone South Acworth NH 03607 USA

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SYA is an awesome rescue. My husband and I have adopted 4 standard donkeys, 2 mini donkeys, and 1 mini mule from SYA. Ann is a very caring person who takes excellent care of the rescues, nursing them back to health and finding them their perfect homes. And she is always available after adopting for your questions or advice. Each animal gets individual attention and lots of love. 3 of my donkeys were in bad shape when they came into the rescue but thanks to Ann and SYA, they are now thriving.

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Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue is a great organization that rescues, cares for, and finds good home for donkeys and mules that have been abused, neglected, or are just no longer wanted. These beautiful animals come to the farm in pretty bad shape, many never having been handled with kindness. The women who 'run' this organization are very much hands on experienced donkey & mule owners who know how to provide these wonderful animals with the environment, care, and training they so desperately need.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

Again, I need to stress the open welcoming nature of the women who run this organization. They care deeply about the donkeys & mules they rescue and take the time to find just the right home for each one.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

Expand their facilities and perhaps set up add'l 'field facilities' so that they could reach out and rescue more donkeys and mules across the country.

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