A baby donkey snatched from a farm in Hampshire has been found safe and well after more than two weeks.
Two-month-old Moon was taken from a field at Miller's Ark Animals in Hook on 15 May.
However, concerned animal lovers were left delighted on Thursday when the farm announced she had been found and reunited with her mother, Astra.
"Yesterday evening we travelled to Buckinghamshire, liaised with Thames Valley Police and have recovered little Moon," Millers Ark posted on social media.
"We are beyond thrilled and Mum and foal are finally back together. Moon appears to be in good health, thank heaven, and we will make sure that Moon and her mum Astra get lots of love and care as they re discover each other."
The farm thanked police for their quick response and the "amazing people" who shared the news of the baby donkey's disappearance.
Pleading for help on social media two weeks ago, the farm said staff were "completely devastated and incredibly concerned" by the disappearance, due to the young age of the animal.
"This little donkey will be braying loudly tonight because she will be missing her mum badly. This is our chance to find her," they wrote.
The post was shared by thousands across Facebook and Instagram, even attracting the attention of television presenter Kirsty Gallacher, who wrote: "Honestly I can't bear this. Will do all I can to help on here spread the word."
According to the farm's website, Miller's Ark Animals is based on the Earl of Malmesbury's estate and specialises in breeding British rare breed farm animals, including Irish Moiled cattle and miniature Mediterranean donkeys, among others.