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post #11 of 12 Old 02-09-2008, 09:39 PM
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Kudos to your hubby! To just take words and know what to do, that's awesome!

Cougar does look good. You seem to just make miracles happen for horses! They're with you for a bit and already have made a huge 180!
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post #12 of 12 Old 02-10-2008, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
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Kudos to your hubby! To just take words and know what to do, that's awesome!

Cougar does look good. You seem to just make miracles happen for horses! They're with you for a bit and already have made a huge 180!
it is awesome and something I envy :) I had to work for years to get where I am lol he gets it in three seconds lol

And I don't think I make miracles happen...just lots of love and good food...if we are broke and sitting at home having toast for dinner it means the horses are living it up with the best and most food of any horses within a 20km radius lol its just meant that we have had to spend a lot of money on feed and essentials but when I see them looking better every day it makes it all worthwhile :) I think its amazing the power of love can have over animals as well. When they are neglected they don't even get any interaction from their 'humans'. Then someone come alongs who fills their bellies and snuggles them and brushes them and I think they react to that physically as well. There is nothing quite like complete mental happiness to make you feel healthy :) I guess that means im saying that my horses love me lots lol at least I think they do hehehe

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