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I have been here twice. The people are so informantive. They know all about the animals. And they can tell you storeis of how they got started and how the animals got there. Lots of the animals came from abusive places and they have spent...More
just one listen ... and you hear the sound of HAPPINESS in the air ... these magnificent creatures tug at your heart strings ...
the trip up is so relaxing and once you get there ... you are in the midst of friends ... get...More
This facility is a hidden gem. The Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge Society is a registered charity which survives on donations and a whole lot of love.
Love for these animals, respect for their individual personalities and abilities, and concern for their welfare infuse any conversation...More
Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge is NOT to be missed. They house 103 donkeys, & various mules (George, the most famous ) in a heavenly, well kempt sanctuary where they can live out their days knowing they are loved and cared for. We were fortunate enough...More
As an animal-lover, I always try and make time to visit and support any charities or organizations dedicated to helping animals in need whenever I go to new places. So I was pleasantly surprised to discover this refuge that was only about a half hour...More
They have all sizes of donkey, standard, mini, and mammoth. The people managing are so well informed and willing share their knowledge. The farm hands are also willing to share, even tho they are busy caring for animals that need a bit more TLC. It...More
Plenty of covered picnic tables, a small gift shop and two huge covered barns attached to large paddocks. The barns are open for you to see the donkeys under cover rain or shine.
We visited on a very hot day, in the barns where most...More