To Britain, where sometimes good things do happen: "Dotty the donkey from Scarborough is to receive a coveted PDSA Certificate for Animal Bravery after saving a sheep from a frenzied dog attack. Dotty and the sheep and Stanley will be accompanied at the presentation by owner Ann Rogers (63), who witnessed Dotty’s brave act." The People's Dispensary for Sick Animals, a Knifecrime Island veterinary charity, is celebrating the rescue during which Dotty "'galloped in to save her friend Stanley the sheep from being savaged'… Poor Stanley lost two teeth and suffered facial paralysis but is now fully recovered. He now sleeps in the same stable as Dotty…" You [...]
This story starts off sounding like a classic barnyard joke ("first she played for the cows") but it ends up being rather sweet. As someone who believes that the joys of rural life are best experienced at a vast remove, if not theoretically, I can absolutely get behind this video. But she should really get her son away from the fence before that donkey bites his head right off.
Not being up to speed with the proclivities of the people of Blackpool, England, I cannot say if the allegation is true, but it seems to be a fairly universal rule of politics that, if you're holding any kind of elected position, you probably don't want to suggest that your constituents screw donkeys. It's just common sense.