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At Sunset Inn, we raise two Miniature Mediterranean Donkeys each year. These donkeys are sometime referred to as Sicilian or Jesus or Jerusalem donkeys. These donkeys have a darker hair line on their back which is crossed on their withers to form a cross. See the legend of the Little Donkeys below.

These donkeys are sold when they are approximately ten to twelve months old. They have received all of their recommended vaccinations and have negative coggins tests. They also have been trained so that they can be hand fed.

The donkeys at Sunset Inn are registered with The American Donkey and Mule Society. When a donkey is sold the registration is transferred to the new owner at no charge.


miniature donkeys
Texass, born October, 2004

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Contact Sunset Inn for the current availability of donkeys for sale and their cost.

The Legend of the Little Donkeys

When Jesus was born in the stable at Bethlehem, a little donkey made her way to the manger. When she looked over the side of the manger, she saw a new bright-eyed baby looking at a new world. Many years later her gandson was selected by Jesus' disciples to carry Jesus to the Mount of Olives and the last supper. (Luke 19:28-38 NIV) Later, the little donkey which had carried Jesus on Palm Sunday, came to the Hill of Calvary. When he saw the tragic event which was occurring there, he wished that he had been able to carry the cross for Jesus since he was one who should carry heavy burdens. The little donkey turned his back on the events taking place; but because of his love for Jesus he would not leave until all was over. As a reward, for the loyal and humble love of the little donkey, God caused the shadow of the cross to fall across his back and left it there forever as sign that the love of God, no matter how humble, carries a reward for all to see.

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