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I got this notice today, and found it rather entertaining. I thought some of you mule lovers might enjoy--and who knows, maybe one of you are equipped to take her!

Ever wanted to see what it was like to capture wild mustangs? Here is your chance! Free chestnut mare mule that has terrorized the neighborhood for 2 months. Our neighbor thought they were getting a rescue horse but bought more than they bargained for after putting it in their chain link fence in the subdivision. Now they decided they will do nothing about it. Will not come to feed, will not go in a corral, will not stay in a corral if she did, will not stay in the same pasture for long, will not get along with other horses or mules, will not respect fences, will not respect vehicles including school busses full of children, will not give in to an above average dose of tranquilizer, does not require water or maintenance or anything that requires it to be dependent of humans. Is she broke to ride? I don't know. Is she good with kids? I doubt it. Does she load in a trailer? Sure, come try. You could get within 100 yards of it before it leaves the next pasture, and the next and the next but now it's more like 200 yards. At 14.2 hands tall she would make excellent candidate for next years Mule Jump or just enjoy it as you would any other wild game such as deer, elk or Bigfoot. Please come prepared with your own ropes, trailer, dart gun and sack lunch we are providing the mule free of charge. 100% real and ready (maybe not willing) for a new home. Free mule comes with two sale barn tags and two tranquilizer darts already installed on the unit. Act now while I know her location, as a bonus she could be bred 479-366-9072

Klaus Karbaumer says 2015-11-30 12:20:26 (CST)

Hilarious, yes, the mule, no ,thank you!

3 years ago via Forums | Front Porch Forum

Mike in MI says 2015-12-02 21:36:10 (CST)

Should be a line of trucks pulling up any minute. She sounds like a gem.

3 years ago via Forums | Front Porch Forum

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