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Pellets for Lila

Intoxicated by a plant, Lila suffers from severe aftereffects!
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Pellets for Lila
Intoxicated by a plant, Lila suffers from severe aftereffects!

200 kg
Pellets offered

200 kg
Pellets necessary

Intoxicated by a plant, Lila suffers from severe aftereffects!

1. She ate a poisonous plant that left her with serious consequences...

Lila is a 20-year-old mare suffering from Harper's disease. She ingested a toxic plant, which has since caused her neurological and musculoskeletal problems: she unwillingly hits herself in the stomach with her hind legs when she walks (this phenomenon is called "involuntary hyperflexion of the hind legs").

To heal, she is undergoing a draining cure. It could take a year or two, but in the end she should be able to walk normally again...

2. With pellets, she could regain her strength

Nervously exhausted by her repeated involuntary movements, Lila will need nutrient-rich food. Some pellets every day would help her regain her strength while waiting for the draining treatment to take effect.

3. We've lost some of our stock!

At the beginning of this year, we welcomed many new horses. Unfortunately, due to bad weather, part of our stock was destroyed...

To replace the lost food, we will have to find funds... which has become particularly difficult since the pandemic!

Beneficiary
Association Au bonheur animal
11 rue d'Hautrage
7322 Ville-Pommeroeul
BE Belgium
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