Goodness... she's a big horse foal? Bones. It's an easy prediction that your next photos will show hope in her eyes.
About the nursing part--I noticed after Blessing left--Rosie tried nursing Whisper for a few days--it was short lived of course as Whisper, ever so gently, let her know it wouldn't work. I think it is a total comfort issue.
but now she has company and you. As soon as she can trust her situation, she'll be a new girl.
I think it won't be much time at all that she will be having that bright eyed love face that horses get,,,, for you. They are so forgiving. It really is remarkable. They can suffer such tortures and still find love in their hearts. This a wonderful kind-hearted thing you have done for her.
OH MY!!! She is lovely and in no time downright beautiful. She has such a kind beautiful wonderful face. I'm so glad you both found each other. She will be shining those big browns at you in no time. How big is she?
I have been thinking about Ruby. I would say she is probably just about 18 months old, not much older with that mane and tail. Being a pony she just doesn't look any older than that. She will be beautiful and I would say she should gain weight nicely in three months or so. I can't wait to watch her mature! Thank you for saving her!