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Should I start a Thread about my neighbor's Missing pet Donkey?

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Should I start a Thread?

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Should I start a thread about the sign about a missing pet that was posted at the end of my street?<br><br>
It read: Missing Donkey...<br><br><img alt="biggrin.gif" src="">
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It's pretty rurual, although we're not terribly far from columbus city proper.<br><br>
I'll have to get back to you about the specifics, the sign was getting blown in the wind yesterday so I couldn't read the whole thing.<br><br>
I'm more intruiged at how someone manages to lose their donkey... of course, one day my DH was delayed when a rogue flock of cows was blocking the road. I guess it's all fun and games until you leave the gate open. <img alt="biggrin.gif" src="">
On the one hand, I find the concept of a wild donkey shocking.<br><br>
On the other hand, they had to come from somewhere.
Good to know you've managed to keep track of your donkey, you responsible donkey owner you!<br><br>
And, that would have been one tired donkey if it got all the way to OH. <img alt="smile.gif" src="">
My other neighbors have llamas. I can neither confirm nor deny whether any of them are named Dolly. I can confirm that they occasionally escape their <whatever you hold llamas in>. I've never seen any signs for said escapes though.
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