Well then welcome Chevaux! I admit, I'm having a hard time wanting to be optomistic too because I really don't want to get my hopes up, but I just have this feeling that she's going to be ok. She's a fighter, that's for sure.
Faydesmom. You have no idea how much I wish that I did! Unfortunately...I kind of killed my camera back in the summer and have no money to buy another >.> they first photo was sent to me from the rescue. BUT on Saturday, a friend is coming out to take photos of my mare and filly for everyone, so I'll see if she'll snap a few of Kenzie then too. Hopefully by then she'll be standing on her own.
Kenzie is tucked away, nice and cosy in her stall, munching on some very nasty looking alfalfa pellet 'soup' xD we offered her a flake of hay, and she's picked at it a little, but so far she hasn't really eaten much of it. I think that the vitamin B shot has helped though, as she's looking a bit perkier and keeps head bumping me to be scratched more. I love seeing her start to get some of that spark back that I remember from when she was little.
One and a half pounds of alfalfa pellets down, 102.1 degree fever, and still wheezing but not draining so much. It is COLD out though and the poor thing is shivering. The freezing rain isn't helping either.
Ofcourse, our idea of freezing is laughable to you guys xD
48 degrees with 25 mph wind and some rain ;)
To hold you guys over, here is a picture of her back when she was healthy, happy, and still had mama </3 The goal? To get her back like this!
Its a shame that her dam didn't make it. She was a very pretty mare.