Sponsorship of Donkey Caesar

£30.00

Our “Sponsor a Pony” scheme is a way of helping to support our ‘3 Rs’ philosophy, Rescue, Rehabilitate and Rehome. By sponsoring a pony or donkey for £2.50 a month you are helping towards the costs of us rehabilitating rescued equines and wherever possible, finding them a safe and secure future with a loving Guardian home.

If you sponsor one of our horses, ponies or donkeys you will be able to come and visit them on Open Day and at other times by arrangement. Sponsorship helps us raise vital funds to continue our work rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing horses, ponies and donkeys who are the victims of neglect, cruelty, abandonment and poor circumstances.

If purchasing sponsorship as a gift, please specify the recipient’s name in the Notes section on the Checkout page. 

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Sponsorship of donkey Caesar, is a way of supporting the rehabilitation and care of Caesar and his friends. Our “Sponsor a Pony” scheme is a way of helping to support our ‘3 Rs’ philosophy, Rescue, Rehabilitate and Rehome. For just £2.50 a month you are helping towards the costs of rehabilitation and wherever possible, and consequently finding a safe and secure future in a loving Guardian home.

Caesar and his companion Misty were taken in by Lluest Horse and Pony Trust in April 2021. He was very nervous on arrival and would tremble with fear.  Caesar has had an operation to prevent his eyelashes turning in and irritating his eyes. As a result he is now on track to become a confident, happy donkey. Now that his confidence is increasing allowing his comical character to show.

Sponsor’s can visit their sponsored animal on Open Days and at other times by arrangement. Most importantly sponsorship of donkey Caesar helps us raise vital funds to continue our work rescuing equines who are the victims of neglect, cruelty, abandonment and poor circumstances.

If purchasing sponsorship as a gift, please specify the recipient’s name in the Notes section on the Checkout page. 

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