So I was optimistically hoping that since she was thin and showed NO SIGNS of being pregnant that I lucked out and wouldn't have to deal with a pregnant rescue. I didn't get lucky however...she recently started ballooning, what I thought was her newly acquired hay belly has started to migrate to the rear and her teats are swelling and pointing down and out to the side. She is not really slack in her tail head or filling in her udder or at a point where I could milk her to test it so I'm guessing later in the summer July/Aug but not sure. I have NO real idea though how far along she is or even what she's bred to. So there's a possibility of a mini hinny or a mini donkey. Either way it's going to be cute but I've never foaled out a mini and my vet knows nothing about donkeys especially minis. She is still not completely up to weight but she's no longer bony and obviously thin either. She's got free choice hay and I have her on easily digestible senior feed because we were unsure of age and she has teeth problems. I will get pictures tonight and post some of her from when I first got her as well for comparison. Any suggestions from mini and/or donkey breeders would be great! And any signs that might be different between her and an average horse that is getting ready to foal. She has a mini-proof pasture, a good sized run in and the vet had thought she'd foaled before from looking at her externally so...I guess I will just hope for the best! Any suggestions or info would be appreciated!