Stillwater Ranch
Stillwater Ranch

GONE BUT NEVER  FORGOTTEN

 

Our animals are all a gift from God.  They come to us in different ways, needing different things from us, and giving back all they are capable of.  We love them dearly for as long as we are allowed.  Inevitably, there comes the time when we sadly have to say goodbye.  All who come to the Ranch are better for having known each of these special creatures.

 

 

Remington was a large Thoroughbred/Quarter Horse cross who came to us through an email call for help.  His owner needed to move down off the mountain and had to find him a home quickly.  We brought Remy to the Ranch where his Mom was able to visit him often.  He was a gentle soul with soft eyes.  He was always over the gate welcoming us with a soft nicker.  We miss him terribly, but we are glad his pain is finally gone.

Levi was a beautiful, smart Quarter Horse who was donated to us by a family who just weren't using him.  He had never been ridden, but was coming along very well in his training.  We only got to love on him for a month, but we still feel the pain of his loss so unexpectedly from colic. 

Banner was such a great addition to our herd.  He was a quiet, gentle soul who wouldn't hurt a fly.  We could always count on him no matter what we asked of him.  Thank you Ann and Butch for letting us love on him for the time we had him.  I miss this guy and his goofy forelock!

These two darling boys came to us from a neighbor who "inherited" them from the previous owner of their new home.  We were happy to make them our own.  We had the pleasure of their company for four years before first Wesson (the black one) died and then a broken- hearted Smith (the tan one) joined him 2 weeks later.  After that sad experience, I will never believe that animals don't have feelings and bonds strong enough to cause a broken heart.  Because of them, we will forevermore have goats in our lives.  I miss you guys so much!

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