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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Like losing a close friend

This morning I woke up to a very sad email. My mother sent me an email telling me she had to put her horse down. Ruby was my mother's main riding horse. She was the mare my mom used for all her posse stuff. Ruby was just 11 years old (young for a horse) and she had just really made progress with all the games and flags and drills that my mom rode her in . Apparently within 24 hours Ruby had become so ill that euthanizing her was the humane thing. The vet suspected colic as the cause of the mare's pain and quick decline in health. . . .an autopsy revealed that Ruby had some major issues with her stomach/intestines. She had an intestine that was twisted. My mother was pretty devisted. I can only imagine how much my horses mean to me & losing one would be so tough. My heart breaks a little for my mom and a little for Ruby. For me a horse is more than a pet. . .
Rest in Peace beautiful Ruby~ Aug. 17, 2007

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Jamie said...

So sorry for your Mom and your loss, my animals are more then just pets too, they are family members. I lost my first horse when I was 17 to colic and I was devastated. He was a Palomino, I know you have a love of Palomino's like I do too!

Pam said...

She was a beautiful horse. So sad for your mom and you. Keeping you in my thoughts.

Nancy said...

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I know only too well how hard it is to lose a pet. They certainly are more than just pets, they are family.

My heart goes out to you and your mom!

All my love! Nancy

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