Moshav Gan Yoshiyya, Israel

Baker, Jim
November 2009
Animal Sheltering;Nov/Dec2009, p20
The article offers information on the donkey sanctuary Safe Haven for Donkeys in the Holy Land in Israel. According to Lucy Fensom, founder of Safe Haven, the donkey is considered to be the lowest form of life for both Arabs and Jews in Middle East. It notes that donkeys who arrive at the nonprofit Safe Haven, which is supported by donations from Great Britain and the U.S., are often in terrible shape. It also mentions the other animals living in the sanctuary and the services offered to them.


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