Type: Posts; User: AzulBlue
This article just popped up on Huff Post. Just thought i'd share, since it pertained to the poll. :)
This i'm sure you do not want to hear...but IMHO, that sort of debt load surely fits in the "bankruptcy" category. I know you have great credit, and yes, bankruptcy will kill that for 7-10 years. ...
So sad. Sorry that happened to you and your sweet kitten. :cry:
I've been around horses my whole life, and in that time I have personally witnessed 2 human/horse bonds that were incredible, to say the very least.
Keep a bottle of Excedrin Migrane handy. It has caffeine added and works well for my husband's migranes.
OTTB's can be very wonderful mounts. But there is a lot more to adopting off the track than just a meet and greet. They should be "let down" for a period of time (I recommend a good several PLUS...
I am not! Would you please elaborate, as I would like to know! TIA! :)
Ok. She got another farrier to come out, who then diagnosed the horse with White Line disease (surprise surprise). I am assuming feet look better, but haven't been out there myself yet to look/take...
2 of the 6 pictures I had were exactly what you have. But I admit, the other 4 were just all over the place. :D
She is absolutely adorable! :)
You're absolutely right! I am NOT a professional photographer, and certainly don't know how to best show a hoof through pics.
Thanks for pointing that out, it sure helped.
Yes, thank you! I already Googled it. It does sound somewhat controversial, as does "mustang roll" among other things regarding barefoot trimming. But I do see now what this farrier was...
IMO, there is absolutely no shame is sending our friends on their final journey a bit "early" due to the reasons you stated above. It sounds like you've given him amazing care, and I surely would...
What would be the reason for "relieving" the quarters like that? Shouldn't the whole hoof have contact with the ground?
Ok, ok. Y'all have to stay tuned. I am going to video record this "adventure" with princess Bella, sans leash and harness tomorrow, and will post it for your viewing pleasure. Wish me luck!:lol:
You got it! :)
We do have a fenced in backyard, but I don't trust her to not panic or run, and scale the fence. I do have a harness and leash for cats I could use to take her out with, but that turned into a...
No bells :(
The little stinker WILL NOT keep a collar on, and I will only use break aways on them. She is quite a booger.
If his eye is red, one could assume it bothers him, at least somewhat. But other than that, I have no advice, just lots of jingles that it is something that is treatable.
You know what?! A tiny pile of catnip when we're using the door is a great idea!!!
I've tried the "noise makers" strategy. She just ignores it. The broom is a fantastic idea!! :)
Unfortunately, this door is in my kitchen, and she hides, very skillfully under my kitchen table. ...
I see all the threads regarding indoor/outdoor cats. I am not one to judge, and understand why some choose to let their cats out, but I choose to keep my cats in, 100% of the time. They have never...
Those 6 pics are comprised of his 2 front feet.
No founder in history. New farrier is coming back out before I could get more pics, sorry. That's good though, right?! :)
Idk, cat looks sort of lame to me! :D