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  1. Animal lovers: I have just come back from a walk and was passing near Galeana and Encarnation Rosas ( Dona Donuts street) running parallel and north of Lazero Cardenas. There is a piece of land owned by the Axixic indigenous people. (There is a sign on the fence) . There are two donkeys tethered there and the larger female has been badly attacked by a dog. She is bleeding profusely from the hind quarters and from her face. I thought it was a red cloth tied to her face but it was blood. There are some people there with her but my Spanish is insufficient to know if they are the owners or just passers by. Is anyone on this board familiar with the place / owners? Does anyone know a local vet? I am willing to help pay the vet bill if someone can connect me to a good vet who will make a house call to this donkey. If these injuries are not treated she risks infection and apparently she is pregnant so the fetus is also at risk. All help and advice welcome Feewee
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