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Expanding the Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge

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The Turtle Valley Donkey Ranch is trying to make room for 15 more donkeys.

39 of the animals currently live that the refuge and the owners want to make room for the 15 minature donkeys because their owner on Vancouver Island is in poor health and can't look after them.

Turlte Valley is the only refuge for donkeys in Western Canada.
Chris Walker spoke with Shirley Mainprize, one of the owners of the refuge.

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