My name is Zoe, and when I reached the Society, along with my brother Butch, I was scared, limping and wounded. At first it wasn't easy, but with intensive care I recovered completely and today I am a happy and healthy mare
Zoe, a young foal of a few months of age was found wandering in the central region together with her brother Butch. She reached the Society stables with a pronounced limp in her right leg and a swollen knee. It was decided to treat her for a few weeks with antibiotics and analgesics, while administering nutritional supplements and preventive care against worms.
Zoe, who was very nervous, opened up with time and her self-confidence increased, with not a little help from her brother and the other horses in the stables.
Today she is in excellent shape, her leg has healed completely and she is blossoming and happy.
After a long rehabilitation process Zoe was adopted by a farm and gets good care.