Brown and white donkey or burro standing against a snowy backdrop

Frazzle

Captured together in one of the Bureau of Land Management’s mustang roundups, Frazzle and Sarah were sent from auction to auction until a caring person recognized their attachment to each other, bid on them, and asked if we would take them. Frazzle was named after the unruly mop of a forelock that decorates her forehead and gives her a permanently frazzled appearance. She is still shy and reserved around humans after her experience being rounded up, but will accept carrots willingly enough and enjoys grazing with Sarah and Nima.

Wild Burro Facts from American Wild Horse Campaign: Wild burros have a lower protein requirement than wild horses and tough digestive systems that can break down desert vegetation and extract moisture efficiently. They eat a wider variety of plant species than wild horses, and they can go for long periods of time without drinking.

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