Originally Posted by MacabreMikolaj
I think your dear girl should be a poster child for responsible horse ownership. Every person who's ever made the excuse of "old horses always look old and ribby" needs to take a look at you and your spectacular care. The fact that she has cancer is even more a testement to what loving, dedicated care can do.
She's absolutely breathtaking. I'm terribly sorry for your upcoming loss, but good that you guys are prepared to make the decision while she's still able to enjoy life. The wisdom those eyes hold is just touching, and I'm sure you'll be able to go on without her knowing how many years you had together.
Thank you so so much. She weight isn't always great, but I work very hard to keep her healthy and happy. We have another 28 year old QH on the property that doesn't look a day over 15, and a 21 year old TB that's gaining weight quickly. This place is a Haven for all old horses, there is something special here... That why I have Bella here, her last year has been wonderful and stress free. (plus she gets carrots and hot mash and she has little kids that dout on her lol) Again thank you so so much!!!!