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I have VISITED the wonderful village of Mijas Pueblo for five years running now and I'm sad to say that the cruelty to the donkeys there just gets worse each year. Not only are these beautiful, defenseless animals tethered tightly to the walls for hours...More
I can't believe in this day and age that this is still aloud poor donkeys tethered so tight they are unable to move there heads I saw one of the donkey owners punch the donkey in the stomach and on speaking to people in the...More
Unloved ,uncared for , tied up all day in hot sun without food or water . Look very neglected .
I love Mijas but get upset when I see the donkeys as the owners don't care Neither do the town hall .it seems like a...More
Do not use these poor donkeys to carry you aroind Mijas they are tied up all day and cannot move.Take a walk round instead and save these poor donkeys from struggling in the heat.ots very upsetting to see the donkeys and we will not be...More
The poor donkeys are tightly bound and have no access to fresh water or the opportunity to access a field. The stable conditions look poor and many of the donkeys look in poor shape. I don’t see how you can experience any fun doing this.
Back in 2016 I wrote about the great animal abuse going on in Mijas Pueblo. I even complained to the town hall and was told that improvement is forthcoming. Now 2 years later I see this horrendous animal abuse still going on. This must be...More
They are tied up tight and I have it on good authority, they are never allowed to lie down at night. They are tied up tight then, also.
Natives call the Donkey owners, the Mafia. And the Town Hall does nothing about the animal's welfare,...More
The donkeys may look sweet and cuddly but they are not treated well! They are kept in dark, airless "stables" at night and tightly tied up in the daytime waiting for the tourists to ride them and wreck their backs. Once there backs are bent...More
Echoing what everyone else has said, don't pay for these poor animals to continue to be mistreated. The Spanish are a great people but so many have zero compassion for the wellbeing of animals, the only way to halt this is to hit them in...More
Mijas would be such a pleasant place to visit if the didn’t have the donkeys, instead I had all 3 of my children in tears as you can actually see how depressed the donkeys are and how tightly bound they are so they can’t move....More
Its so cruel,these poor donkeys should be grazing in a field ,not carrying people around in extreme heat and being left tied up unable to move backwards or forwards its shocking .I can’t believe people actually still use... More
Its so cruel,these poor donkeys should be grazing in a field ,not carrying people around in extreme heat and being left tied up unable to move backwards or forwards its shocking .I can’t believe people actually still use the donkeys as transport and this cruelty is still allowed in the village.Its heart breaking .