Ready to Fight

29 May

Haley is cranky with still being in the Love Shack.  I did let her out into the pen outdoors.

Haley getting laid down outside

That helps, but she’s still not happy.

Cheering her up with peanuts

She is not happy with the continued shots of antibiotics and pain meds and bandage changes and being away from the herd. But she is improving.  The surgical wounds are healing.

It won’t be long until she can go up north with my soon-to-be-kidding girls.

Haley’s daughter, Zinnia

Until then, she’ll have to settle for trying to fight through the fence.

Haley and Bambi

I’m glad Bambi wasn’t too into fighting.

Silly goats.

4 Responses to “Ready to Fight”

  1. janicead May 29, 2021 at 4:37 pm #

    Some folks are like the goats, always looking for a bit of a tussle.

  2. Eileen Wise May 30, 2021 at 5:32 am #

    Hello,
    I hope Haley continues to heal, she is silly. Take care, enjoy your day! I wish you a happy new week!

  3. Jeanne May 30, 2021 at 5:22 pm #

    I really feel sorry for poor Haley. Her foot/leg is obviously still very painful. I hope it heals soon. It seems so odd that she would be trying to fight when she’s in so much pain!

    • Teresa May 30, 2021 at 5:25 pm #

      Actually, she is pretty comfortable. She is still on pain meds (cut way down), but she isn’t grinding her teeth. If she were in pain, she would grind her teeth. Last time when the vet changed the bandage (because I’m a wimp), she let him handle it without discomfort. She might never use the foot again. I am hoping once she gets the bandage off, she will, but goats get around well on three legs, and she just might not put it down.

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