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There are two ways to end the solution, although both employ the same route and objective:
~ to transfer the large square at the top of the puzzle to the center space at the bottom ~

Most sliding block puzzles use a 'closed' case, but a few like
Psychotease -- Bricks -- Forget Me Not -- L'Ane Rouge
use an opening at the bottom to allow the large square to exit the frame, the donkey finally being able to relish his treat:
A Bunch Of Carrots !

(Of course, there can be no cheating by using the exit space for anything but the large square.)

start position

Finished !
( He's got his carrots ! )