These two get a daily bucket now because they are youngsters. I worry about them.
And today we started Fivla on a bucket too as I noticed her spitting her hay out (quidding) yesterday. She is having problems eating the hay and, as the snow is going nowhere, she needs topping up. She was very pleased with her bucket and managed it with no quidding. I am not sure what else to do as Fivla saw our equine dentist a few month’s back and she is old. We will keep her happy and the weight on. I am now worrying about her too.
Also added to my list of worries is BeAnne. She is deteriorating slowly again, both mentally and physically. I noticed today that her pee was green in the snow, so her liver is not good.
Still, we went for our daily trundle and the Boyzens asked to come too.
The snow in the hill is too deep and icy so we are on the track these days.
We reached the top and turned around again for home.
I have spoken to the vet. BeAnne will start antibiotics again and let’s pray that perks her up.
Once home, Monster came out to meet us. He was very intrigued with my little car.
Possibly a bit too intrigued. I will add my car’s brakes to my Worry List. It never stops.
A little game for this afternoon – spot the cat!
I hate having old animals. Everyone is breaking my heart right now.