November 19, 2017 was probably the luckiest day in Everly’s life when she was discovered abandoned in a ditch/canal in an extremely remote area of the East Everglades by a very good citizen who immediately reported her to police. It took a mighty effort by Miami-Dade Fire Department and Agricultural Patrol to get her out and to safety, hats off to them for saving the elderly mare’s life! We brought her to our ranch for immediate medical care, fresh water and nutritious feed. She’s become a ranch favorite, all us have a major soft spot for the seniors! So far Everly’s rehabilitation is going well–her teeth were floated and she has a good appetite, and is gaining weight slowly but surely.
See Everly enjoy one of her first meals with us below!
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