Shakti is a beautiful female horse who is quite healthy compared to her other newly rescued friends. However she suffers from ecto parasites and mineral deficiency. Her overall body condition is average. She has also received a hoof trimming at our sanctuary and has been getting parasite control medication. She was brought to Animal Nepal Godavari Donkey Sanctuary on 1st October 2015 from the same adopters who adopted her from our sanctuary few years back. After the earth quake she was shifted from Teku to Lamatar with other 6 equines and when the situation got worse the owners had to move out of the country. She is now enjoying the company of her new friends at our sanctuary.
Update (June 2016)
Shakti is also among the 7 newly rescued horse who was quite healthy compared to other equines. She wasn't totally malnourished but had a lean and skinny figure when she was rescued last year on October. And only in eight month Shakti has gained some weight and has become one of the healthiest equine of our sanctuary. Since Sakti had spent most of the time with humans at his adopter Pauline's place, she is extremely friendly with humans. Her short height makes her look really cute. She doesn't have a specific group of friend and loves to hang out with our staff members, especially Tara, her new loving mom. She has got a hair to die for which makes her extra gorgeous and which also gives a tough competition to our beauty queen Hella. She suffered from ecto parasites and mineral deficiency at the time of rescue. Due to regular treatment and care she has become very active and healthy. She also receives a regular hoof trimming from our vets which she enjoys a lot.
Update (June 2017)
Shakti is another beautiful female horse. Shakti and Hella are almost the same age and there is bit of a competition between them regarding” who’s the fairest of them all”. She’s quite possessive about her meals and tends to get snappy if someone tries to take her share. She does have a secret crush on Buddy but obviously is smart enough to keep it to herself and not get into any trouble. Overall, she’s friendly and has a tendency to put on weight and from time to time; our caretakers have to put her on a diet! As mentioned before, Shakti is especially fond of Tara, our para-vet and relies on her a lot.
Currently sponsored by:
1. Michelle Alber, NSW ($100)
2. Sandersons Body Repairs, QLD ($200)
3. Jacqueline Dobson, QLD ($100)
4. Eleanor Hubble, WA ($100)
5. Katherine Goldie, WA ($100)