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A bucket is always carried by her or one of her assistants in case one of the animals has an ‘accident’ indoors.‘You have to be alert to their body language because if their tail lifts a bit, it can mean they are about to poo,’ Miss Mc Pherson said.‘But they will generally not do it in unfamiliar surroundings and we have only had three accidents so far in all the visits we have done.’She is now seeking further funding to buy a small horse lorry to make her visits easier.
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On a recent visit, two donkeys visited St John’s care home in Norwich.
Four of the animals are being taken into care homes by an organisation set up by a woman who saw how much pleasure they brought her elderly mother.Her grandparents had a farm and she always had domestic cats and dogs, so it is a brilliant experience for her.‘She will have no memory of the donkeys by this afternoon.What counts for her is living in the moment.’The home’s entertainment manager, Fiona Mawby, said relatives of residents were encouraged to bring in dogs but donkeys are ‘something completely different’.‘This is the second time we have had them in.In short, if we take you on as a client, we guarantee you will go out on dates!The therapeutic benefits of taking cats and dogs into care homes for residents to stroke and hug have long been recognised.