Therapy Donkeys Help Salvation Army Bell Ringers

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WILKES-BARRE -- Salvation Army bell ringers got help Thursday morning from some furry friends.

Therapy donkeys from Young's Funny Farm were on Public Square helping the Wilkes-Barre Kiwanis Club raise money and awareness for the Salvation Army.

Folks walking by got a chance to donate to the Red Kettle holiday drive and pet the once-wild donkeys.

The donkeys were part of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management wild horse and burro adoption program.

7 comments

  • Original

    Salvation Army is the biggest rip off scam out there. Tell that greedy Lieutenant to donate some fat cash out of his 100,000 yearly income.
    Greedy repukes.

    • warningfakenews

      I don’t know what the salary is today, but when 9/11 happened, the top guy was paid $13,000 a year there. I imagine they’ve given whomever heads up the place a cost of living increase or two, since then.

      Want to talk about The American Red Cross or The American Cancer Society next and what they make?

  • Lloyd Schmucatelli

    Therapy donkeys?
    Whatever doctor or psychologist is recommending to his or her patients the necessity of using a donkey for therapy need to be stripped of their lisence and barred from the profession .

    How ridiculous.

    • warningfakenews

      Yes, I’d like to book a flight. I understand it’s my right to bring my therapy animal with me, so I just wanted to let you know, well, it’s a bit larger than normal….

    • Original

      Lol. And the fat repukes that make 100,000 a year playing dress up in a Lieutenant’s uniform. All for the good of Salvation Army. Rip off.

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