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Donkey ready to be adopted from animal control

You can adopt Jack for $40. (Source: Jonesboro Animal Control) You can adopt Jack for $40. (Source: Jonesboro Animal Control)
This donkey is up for adoption. (Source: Jonesboro Animal Control) This donkey is up for adoption. (Source: Jonesboro Animal Control)
(Source: Jonesboro Animal Control) (Source: Jonesboro Animal Control)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

If you're looking to buy a pet donkey in Region 8, you're in luck.

Jonesboro Animal Control recently rescued several donkeys and they have one that needs a home.

Jack is 2 years old.

You can adopt him for $40, which is how much animal control has spent on veterinarian visits for him.

If you are interested or want more information about Jack, contact Glenn McGinnis with animal control at (870) 935-3920.

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