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Donkeys at heart

Donkey Sanctuary (Cyprus) was established in 2007 and is a subsidiary of The Donkey Sanctuary, UK founded in 1969 by Dr Elisabeth Svendsen MBE. It is only through her amazing devotion to donkeys and hard work that the Sanctuary grew to the international charity it is today. Over 50 million donkeys and mules exist in the world. Many need care and protection from a life of suffering and neglect, whilst others have a vital role to play in human survival and happiness; they are at the heart of everything we do here at Donkey Sanctuary (Cyprus).

Welcome to our family

We are delighted that you have decided to share our love and compassion for donkeys and mules, such gentle and affectionate creatures. Our work is funded entirely by donations and legacy gifts. Your kindness and generosity will help us to care and protect one of the world’s most hard working and humble creatures and help enrich so many lives... for that we are truly grateful.

LATEST NEWS

Newsletter

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)

Many of you will be probably wondering why you have not received any of our newsletters so far this year…

Margarita

MARGARITA AND HUEY LOUIS

Two ex-working donkeys have come into our care recently – Margarita who is a large grey mare, and Huey Louis, a smaller brown gelding. Both donkeys have age related issues meaning that they needed extra special care.

2018 Calendar

LIMITED EDITIONS!

If you haven't bought one of our fabulous 2018 calendars already, you need to hurry as there are only a few left! Proving to be very popular, time is running out to get one of the last copies so don't delay.

An irresistable nuisance

AN IRRESISTABLE NUISANCE

On one of our Community Programme visits in November, we were treating a group of donkeys and met one in particular who can only be described as a bit of a nuisance!

A Personal Performance

A PERSONAL PERFORMANCE

Several years ago, a young veterinary student called Silke, spent time with us gaining some work experience. She loved the donkeys and told her parents all about them and they later came to visit us.