LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) —  Maybe it’s the political season, but donkeys seem to be everywhere.

These days, 20 miniature donkeys are causing a bit of an Internet sensation — if only for the cuteness overload.

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Twenty minis are at the Triple R (Rescue, Rehabilitate, Re-Home) Horse Rescue  in Cave Creek, Arizona. The animals were rescued from a breeder in Texas.

The Ranch wants to place the minis in forever homes — preferably in Arizona. They want to be able to check up on the donkeys from time to time to make sure they are being cared for.

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(credit: Triple R Ranch)

(credit: Triple R Ranch)

On the pet scale, fully-grown minis will weigh between 200-350 pounds — so you might not want one jumping into your lap. Unlike cats or dogs, though, the donkeys will live for 25-35 years.

Adoption fee is $400 and they want to adopt the animals in pairs, because they are pack animals and when alone get anxious and lonely.

For more about the donkeys, click here.

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