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APRIL 2020 DROP IN THE BUCKET FUND:  EMERGENCY APRIL BUCKET FUND FOR TINY, JUST BORN, WILD BABY: SINCLAIR. MAMA had no milk. Baby was discovered crumpled in a ball on the range – IN HONOR OF DODGER, please can we help save this newborn?!

Baby Sinclair needs help.  In honor of Dodger, I’d like to jump in and help.  She is just 24 hours old.  Her Mom has no milk and this baby was rolled and kicked around before being rescued by LRTC.

Just born, tiny Sinclair. Her mother had no milk, she was failing, curled in a ball. The stallion was trying to get to the mare and in the scuffle, roughed up the baby.

In the car, racing to the hospital.

This baby is critical.  IN HONOR OF DODGER, can we help save this tiny newborn?!  She will need more plasma, meds, milk replacers and eye treatment (not sure what condition yet).  All donations are 100% tax deductible.  THANK YOU in advance.



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THE STORY

A Nevada Range Wild Mama had no milk and the wild stallion was chasing the Mom and accidentally roughing up the baby.  Baby was down and couldn’t get up.  She was born yesterday but had gotten no milk and was in bad shape.

Advocates at LRTC stepped in to rescue little Sinclair.  She was raced to the hospital and given plasma immediately.  The vets worked to warm her body, tend to her bruised eye and tube her so that she could get the milk she so desperately needed.

LRTC volunteer with baby in the car, heading to the equine hospital.  Baby was alert but crashed on the way.

Baby Sinclair at the hospital, waiting to be seen. She was cold and shaking. (All volunteers are corona virus safe as well… )

Vet checks her color and her swollen eye. She is given plasma immediately and warming blankets.

The plasma did revive her… she was moving again. Vets tubed her to administer milk.

THIS BABY IS CRITICAL.  LET’S HELP THIS NEWBORN IN THE NAME OF DODGER THE ELDER WHO WE LOST LAST WEEK AT 40 YEARS OF AGE…

I think the old man would be very honored to help a young one.  Thank you from my heart.



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She made it through the first night… very critical still. Her suck reflex is not good, but when she was awake, she did drink from a bucket, so there is great hope for her.


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Only one comment so far...

  1. Angie

    This is so horrific! The pain those poor horses have endured over the years must have been excruciating! Across all states the punishment for animal abuse and neglect needs to be much more severe…for many abusers they get barely a slap on the hand, and often go on to abuse more animals later. I hope for the person who knowingly put these two sweet horses through this they get the punishment they deserve.

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