Missy's Hope Equine Rescue Resource 



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Grace was the filly that Miss Annie miscarried after she arrived at a rescue.  It was a sad reminder to us of how cruel humans can be.  First to neglect a horse, then to allow her to get pregnant with no thought to what she and the foal would go through.

Annie was probably about 4 to 5 months along based on the size of Grace when she miscarried.  With the neglect she had suffered and based on her age (22), she just couldn't handle the strain of keeping herself and her baby alive.  She mourned the passing of her filly and then focused on getting well herself.  The sad matter is that while the miscarriage helped her temporarily, she ended up being euthanized because the neglect hade been too much for her,

Grace was perfect in every way.  There were no signs of deformity or anything that would have marred her life had she been born.  

We believe that Grace was at the Rainbow Bridge to meet her mom when it came time for her to cross.  What a reunion that must have been!


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