. The examination showed that he has some old cataracts in both eyes. He still has vision in both eyes, but his vision is
impaired. The specialist informed us that Napoleon is not in pain, and he believes that his condition will not worsen.
asked him what he would do if Napoleon was his horse, and he explained that he would just leave him be. We are glad to hear that Napoleon’s eye condition is not causing him pain. The specialist recommends a yearly checkup to ensure his condition remains the same.
Then, as soon as Napoleon’s examination was done, Tawnee
was back out with Honey and her baby. The vet reports “Honey is in love with her baby. The foal is doing very well, there are two heat lamps in his stall. He has had his second day of antibiotics and the IGG
will be ready in the morning. Temparature
is normal, and he has been eating well throughout the night and day.” We are so thrilled he is doing so well. He is still extremely fragile, but everything is looking good. His stall is deeply bedded with clean shavings so when he lays down there will not be any pressure points on his tender skin.
Tawnee took a video of him as well, click here to play it or click the video below. He sure is a precious little guy.
Tawnee and Napoleon got back to the wet rescue. We are really enjoying the rain, even though it makes outside chores take longer.
We really need a cute name for the little guy, help us out! Please submit your name idea in the comment section of the blog or through email: firstname.lastname@example.org
. We will put the top 5 names up for voting over the weekend. The voting will be the same way we did with Twiggy.