Krishna was brought to Animal Nepal Godavari Donkey Sanctuary on 1st October 2015. He was rescued from one of our adopters 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. Krishna is a dark brown male donkey. He is young and friendly and his overall body score condition is average. However, he suffers from an overgrown hoof and mineral deficiency. After he came to our sanctuary his overgrown hoof was trimmed and he has been kept under medication. He is recovering well and getting along with other equines and staff.
Update (June 2016)
Only one word can describe Krisha the best, ADORABLE! Krishna is everyone's favorite in the sanctuary. So much friendly that we sometimes forget Krishna is a donkey and see a pet dog in him. His deep brown chocolate color tops his look. Though much older in age, he still looks like a foal and is good friend with Lava, Kush and Chadani. Krishna loves people so much that he is always the one to welcome the visitor on the main entrance. He loves cuddling and he likes it when people hug him and take a snap. When rescued, Krishna suffered from an overgrown hoof and mineral deficiency. After he came to our sanctuary his overgrown hoof was trimmed and he was kept under medication. But we hadn't imagine that Krishna would recover this fast. All the newly rescued equines from Pauline's are friendlier to people than with their own kinds but no one can beat Krishna when it comes to being friendly and playful. In a much simpler words, we can't imagine our sanctuary without Krishna!
Update (June 2017)
Krishna is like a large puppy and loves cuddles from our visitors. He is well-liked by his friends in the shelter. He was our first rescue and was personally rescued by our President, Pramada Shah. He is about 8 years old but a big baby at heart. He is very easy to groom and to take care of; he is very friendly with all our staff members. He is the cutest donkey in our shelter and is spoilt rotten by all our staff, especially our President.
Currently sponsored by:
1. Kristine Short, NSW ($100)
2. Caroline Box, NSW ($100)
3. Lee Whylie, NSW ($100)
4. Donkey Society of Queensland Inc, QLD ($200)