Vic is doing well- tomorrow night will be 14 days she has beaten the odds of survival- please continue to support her and her nurse mare- without Ruby, Vic would not have made it. And thanks to your support they are both receiving great care from Edisto Equine Clinic of Sc.
Yesterday was a very sad day for us- we lost Grace, the cremello twin, the stronger of the two. Victorious ( Vic) the small weaker twin, is doing great. Running and playing and still needing your prayers
Wonderful day with the Twins. Weather was nice and we took them out to enjoy the sunshine. They loved it. Each day is a blessing,. Please continue to support them and the nurse mares and they continue to beat the odds of survival. Our vet bill is over $1500 right now, and continuing to mount. Mare care is starting to add up as well. Please every dollar counts. What will $5.00 do: Five $5.00 donations will buy a bag of Nurse All from Tractor Supply. Five $5.00 donations will buy a bag of Mare and Foal feed. Five $5.00 will buy Three bails of hay from Tractor Supply. So if you think $5.00 is nothing, think again, $5.00 goes along way when everyone pitches in.. Today was a costly day, $200.00 for Medicine for Nurse Mare's milk production, plus $75 to have it shipped over night. Three bags of Nurse All purchased. So please if you can afford to give even $5.00 it will help., Thank you to each and everyone that has donated, came out to clean stalls, say hello, brought supper, feed a baby, shared a story, and said a prayer. Thank you, thank you.
Today we need to raise $275.00 to pay for the supplement to help Gracie Belle the nurse mare to start back producing milk; she stopped yesterday and her milk is critical to the health of the twin she is nursing. She is nursing the stronger of the two foals and this could be a major set back. Without this supplement from the vet, she will not start back making milk. Please help us.
February 24th twin fillies were born to a wonderful mare in Claxton Ga. We quickly knew the mare was in distress after delivery and upon Edisto Equine Clinic's vet Reece Myran's arrival he confirmed our fears. The mother had ruptured her intestines and would have to be put down. We quickly milked her to collect the colostrum the babies would need and then with a broken heart prayed as Vicki was put to rest. Satistics show that twins are 1 in 10,000, with the survival chances being even less. Dr. Reece has been tending to the babies daily; they received a plasma transfusion last night; Nurse mares have been found, one for each baby. The babies are fighting to survive and we are praying to prove the satistics wrong. We are asking for your donations as the vet bills continue to mount. Adding two new mares is also costly. Around the clock feedings and care for the babies have proved to be tiring but worth every minute. Please reach into your pockets and give from your heart.
I see your donations have stopped, I believe because you lost one twin. That does not mean Vic and the nurse mare have no value! Please reopen your hearts. We cannot each afford to give much, but a few dollars from many adds up....This battle is far from won!
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