Oh yes. I am right there with you guys.
My Lacey girl - she's IR, has ERU (Moon Blindness) and is therefore 90-ish% blind, and she partially tore a suspensory in September which she's in the midst of recovering from.
Luckily, she's not one for making bloody-type injuries...the kind that need constant watching and nursing and money, for forever, are more her jam...I guess.
But she's one in a million, definitely my heart horse, so I pay/nurse/watch happily since it means I am "required" to spend more time with her! haha
Hazel, my old lady goat, is also mildly special needs but not as bad as that^ one. She mostly just needs her joint supplements, her blankets, her extra food, and her special hoof care. She's still coming back from being rather neglected when I got her so hopefully some of those things, like shoveling food into her and constantly messing with her feet, will go away as she recovers.
And I have a cat that's deathly allergic to fish and fish products... haha but that's pretty easy to deal with - he just doesn't get any fish action. Ever.