Fudge was brought to Animal Nepal Godavari Donkey Sanctuary on 1st October 2015. He was also rescued from the same adopter who had adopted him from our sanctuary years back. After the earth quake he was shifted from Teku to Lamatar with other 6 equines and when the situation got worse the owners had to move out of the country. Fudge is a grey male donkey. He is a very healthy donkey with body score condition above average. He is one of the healthiest among the six rescued equines. He is extremely friendly with other equines and our staff in the sanctuary.
Update (June 2016)
He was named 'Fudge' by his adopter Pauline and he grew up to become cuter than his name. His long ears, short height and playful gesture are just irresistible. Fudge is a male donkey who loves spending most of his time with staff and doesn't really care about other donkeys. Besides having some mineral deficiency, Fudge was all fit and fine when he was bought to the sanctuary. When time passed he gained some weight and became handsome day by day. Fudge likes to dust himself and play with visitors. At first he was missing his previous home but now he seem to love every corner of our sanctuary and keep our staff busy with his playfulness.
Update (June 2017)
Fudge is a male donkey. He is about 8 years old and very happy and active. Ever since his teeth were trimmed, he feels better to eat his food and enjoys grazing. He is already vaccinated for this year and looks good and healthy. Our team have been looking after his hooves and grooming him regularly. Our care taker takes them down to graze which he loves the most. He is quite excitable when it’s time to take him to the fields and sprints almost immediately. Our vet, Dr Atish is particularly fond of Fudge.
Currently sponsored by:
1. Suse Petersen, Switzerland ($100)
2. Russell Dean, ACT ($100)
3. Joy Johnson, NSW ($100)
4. Alanna Knight, SA ($100)
2 Sponsors Still Needed.