It took us nearly three years to agree that Cinnamon was ready to go to a forever home because she was not treated well before her arrival. When we did decide to place her as available we knew that she needed more individual time and attention than what she was getting with us.
Cinnamon has been adopted by a military retiree who needs her as much as she needs him. She immediately dropped her head to him and nuzzled for a long while. Cinnamon does not bow to anything. She will get the time and care she so deserves and hopefully will help to heal her new person.
We will miss Cinnamon – Shady is quite upset with us – but know that she will be in good hands.
Today we had our first experience with an equine chiropractor, Dr. Karen Voss, for Cinnamon. She is very knowledgeable about the needs of equines. We were concerned that we were not going to be able to get any treatment accomplished because Cinnamon was very nervous being out of her space and continued to push through to stay on the move. Once we figured out how to get her attention and standing still, Dr. Voss completed the treatment protocol based on what we felt were her issues. We’re not disappointed. She recommended an exercise regimen that we’ll need to follow in order to see any results.
We need your help! For the next 7 weeks we will be following a strict exercise schedule on Cinnamon. The times/dates will be posted on Volunteer Spot so sign up for your spot today! These will only require around an hour of your day.