We all love seeing adorable animals. One perfect spot to see plenty of cute animals is at The Donkey Sanctuary of Canada.\nThe Donkey Sanctuary of Canada is less than an hour away from Toronto, in Puslinch, Ontario. The next time you don't know what to do on a Sunday afternoon, invite your friends to go on a fun-filled road trip to see some donkeys.\nView this post on Instagram He was stoked to get kisses from me A post shared by ashlynn melnyk (@ashlynnsailorr) on Jul 17, 2016 at 12:48pm PDT\n\nWhile at the sanctuary, there are tons of fun things to do. You'll be able to meet the animals, brush the donkeys, and watch demonstrations about the care of the animals. At the farm, you are also welcomed to bring a picnic lunch next to the pond, shop at their boutique, and go hiking on their nature trails.\nThe purpose of The Donkey Sanctuary of Canada is to provide a permanent safe home to donkeys that are unwanted, abused, or homeless. To help support this fantastic cause, and cover the costs associated with the care of the animals, a donation of $10 per person is suggested. For contributions over $25, you can get a tax receipt.\n \n\n View this post on Instagram Sunday is for donkey dates. @siennakt @donkeysanctuaryofcanada A post shared by Rob's in the Shed (@robsintheshed) on Jul 15, 2018 at 10:17am PDT\n\n View this post on Instagram I got to spend part of my birthday at an animal sanctuary so you could say I was pretty happy 🐴🌿 A post shared by Sam Hershey (@samantha.hersh) on Jun 8, 2018 at 12:28pm PDT\n\nYou can visit The Donkey Sanctuary of Canada from May until October. The sanctuary is open Sundays from 10 am till 3 pm. In July and August, The Donkey Sanctuary of Canada will additionally be open on Wednesdays from 10 am till 3 pm. Because it is a working farm, they are not able to accommodate drop-in visitors outside of these hours.\n\n View this post on Instagram Made 84 new friends today A post shared by Ivana (@ivrlc) on Oct 14, 2018 at 2:40pm PDT\n\nThe Donkey Sanctuary of Canada is at 6981 Conc. 4 Puslinch, Ontario. For more information about visiting the sanctuary, visit their website.