Forever Watching

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Saturday, December 30, 2017

Transcend Go Beyond Limits this Holiday Season

                    Transcend  Go Beyond Limits this Holiday Season

                 Meet Jet who transcended animal abuse to become a “Healer” helping our veterans

Heart2Heart Equine Assisted Therapy Program
2017 Annual Appeal
North Shore Horse Rescue and Sanctuary

The end of 2017 is an important time for our rescue’s growth and history.  Fifteen years of focus and determination have led us to this year’s exciting news and invitation.  We are purchasing a farm in Calverton securing a forever home for the rescues, sanctuary horses, boarders, dogs, cats and chickens.  This reward for our cause is literally 1.9 miles from our present location.

This year’s “ASK” invites you to become a yearly member of our rescue by signing onto our membership program supporting permanency.  Your dollars will support such projects as farm relocation, barn building, building run-in sheds, fencing for paddocks, creation of communal stations such as the “Garden of Emotions”, “Pool of Reflections”, “The Cornerstone of Horse Sense” and “Canter Way – the path of Giving”. 

We are developing a Membership based organization where as members we “Give back”. By appointment you and your family share private time together with our animals, in a retreat like setting providing another wonderful place to explore on the North Fork. 

 Spring of 2018 we look forward to welcoming members to our permanent home built by the support of our community of friends and donors.  Each membership buys you a mini vacation spot each time you step into the world of the horse.

2017 NSHRS Annual Appeal

Choose your category and unlock fun Membership Benefits

Yearly Membership

Monthly Giving Plan

Fan of the Rescue

One time payment
One time payment
One time payment

-Farm visits
-Appointment Only
-24 visits 

Animal Companion


$19.92 per month

$30.41 per month

-Farm visits– unlimited
-Appointment Only
-2 onsite sessions with
  Senior volunteers on
  Horse basics
-Introduction to Rescues
-Invitation to special events



Herd Keeper

 $42.91 per month

-Farm visits- unlimited
-All categories above plus
-Commemoration brick
  On “Canter Way”
-Recognition on website



$56.25 per month

$125.00 per month

-Farm visits – unlimited
-All previous categories plus
-Recognition on website
-1/2 sponsorship of rescue

Become a member this year by visiting:  Please be sure to state in the purpose box that you’re paying for yearly membership fee, or that you are setting up a monthly payment account towards a yearly membership.

NSHRS is a 501©3 organization.  All membership donations are tax deductible.

 We look forward to welcoming everyone as Members of North Shore Horse Rescue and Sanctuary, a verified sanctuary under the governance of the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries onto its permanent home, built by generous, heart-centered members of our community.

Seasons greeting from our Board of Directors, herd of horses and the volunteers who faithfully provide clean stalls and paddocks, treats and hugs to all of the animals in our care.

Laurel Palermo , Owner                                               Louise Abitibol MSW, R-LCSW                     

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

We're On The Move!!

The World of Horse Rescue
North Shore Horse Rescue and Sanctuary
Baiting Hollow, NY: The Pioneers for Permanency
It all started 15 years ago with a stroke of a pen and a signature marking the humble beginnings of a horse farm destined to enter the world of horse rescue.
Not much is known about the particular history of horse rescues, but its safe to say that horses have forged their way into a bond with humans since the beginning of time.  Thanks to Henry Bergh in 1866 who publicly reprimanded a cart driver for whipping his horse the modern-day American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), set the groundwork to expose the plight of animals.  Today, with the help of advocates and not for profit organizations, awareness has been raised about animal cruelty. 
Over 40 horses have graced the paddocks of North Shore Horse Rescue and Sanctuary over eight years.  The owners Laurel Palermo and Thomas Renzetti celebrate their efforts to rescue rehabilitate and find suitable forever homes for the horses in their care.  As horses derive their very essence from inclusion in a herd, this small rescue honored them by creating a communal environment in which to heal from the loss of their homes, fellow horses and horse families.  This operation took place on land leased to North Shore Horse Rescue.  This situation carried with it rent increases and many restrictions on raising money.
As the story evolved from humble beginnings the organization is now at the point in its history to be strong enough to provide for its sanctuary herd and those horses waiting to be helped, a permanent home deep in the heart of Riverhead.  Over a substantial span of time a small band of pioneers led the effort to find a forever home for this operation, which now includes a rehabilitative arm for humans.  It is believed by many native tribes that all animals are great teachers. 
The Board of Directors extends special thanks and recognition to the official band of “Pioneers for Permanency” for their tireless efforts and generosity in making our search a reality.  This groups’ ability to communicate with each other was one of the most valuable skills we learned from this process.  More importantly, in our daily work with horses we all developed through their role modeling the importance of the relationship we created. 
“The Pioneers”:
Louise Abitibol
Pete Casano
Dr. Lori Escallier
John and Tess McKellen
Frank J. Ruiz Sr.
Jacqueline Silano
The Pioneers will be forever memorialized in a carving to be installed in the new barn of our new home.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

What's happening?

Hi again

I am so bad about keeping up with this blog. My apologies and I hope that I didn't lose any followers because of it.

I am at work on my lunch hour and figured that I would write a short post to prove that I am still alive and well. 😆

Sir is doing well thanks to the excellent care that he receives from Laurel. If it weren't for her I would hate to think of what might have happened. Thanks Laurel Palermo! ❤

We held a few fund raisers since my last post. The Labor Day yard sale, Comedy Night, and an impromptu  Columbus Day weekend yard sale went well. We raised some money to help the rescued horses.
We also received a grant from the Alex and Elisabeth Lewyt Charitable Trust. We received over $5,000.00.  A very big NSHRS thank you to that organization. This grant will go a long way in helping the rescued horses! 

In the very near future we will hold a meeting of the Fund Raising Committee to come up with our 2018 calendar of Fund Raising Events. These will be posted on our website as well as our Facebook page.

We are currently selling raffle tickets to raise funds for the rescue as well. 

1st Prize is a pair Jetblue round trip tickets to anywhere that Jetblue flies. 
2nd Prize is an Apple Watch
3rd Prize is $150.00 cash

Donation is $10.00 per ticket or 6 for $50.00 
Drawing will be held December 2,2017
You need not be present at the drawing to win.

We cannot sell tickets online so if you are interested come by the farm or email me 
Great prizes for a great cause!

There is also a Paint Night fund raiser coming up on November 9th. Details are posted on Facebook. If you can't find it reach out to me and I will assist you.

Keep your eyes and ears open for a Mega Announcement coming soon!

Until next time I remain!


Sir's Human

Sunday, September 3, 2017

End of Summer

Hi everyone

Well the unofficial end to summer is here. Sir is still hanging in there. The medications are doing the trick. His legs do swell from the congestive heart failure from time to time. Which causes Laurel to have to go to bed late and wake up early to adhere to his medication schedule.

Gypsy, our black and white paint, had an episode recently where she choked. She was brought to Cornell Ruffian Equine Hospital where she spent a few days. She was also diagnosed with pneumonia. Flexineb donated a device that would assist with her breathing.

She is now on a strict diet and feeding schedule and seems to be doing okay.

We are holding our Labor Day Yard sale this weekend. Yesterday was a good day. Today rain was in the forecast, so we decided to resume the sale tomorrow, Monday.

The other fundraiser that we are hosting this month is the Comedy show at McGuire's in Bohemia. See our Facebook page for ticket information.

There are some exciting things in the works that I will share in the near future so stay tuned!

As always, the need for donations is always at the forefront. The cost of grain, hay, medications, and other basic necessities are always a challenge.

Please consider a donation.

Thanks for following Sir and Me

Until next time

Sir's Human

Monday, July 10, 2017

Say hello to my lil friend 😉

Hi all

What a shock huh? I am posting so soon 😉

I was home this past week on vacation. My intention was to roll up my sleeves and do some work around the yard and a few things to my car. Monday was spent at the rescue at a last minute addition to our yard sale weekend, and the rest of the week I was at the rescue helping out. So much for getting stuff done! LOL Thank God that I have an understanding wife. 😇

Sir has been very itchy and Laurel has been bathing him with conditioners, etc.
I bathe him on Friday....once with shampoo and once with conditioner. You would think that he would be grateful??? LOL
It almost seemed intentional that he waited for me to get around to washing his hind quarters and rear to fart. Not just a toot! But oversized Quarter Horse mega farts. Longggggggggggggg ever lasting, tail up, what the hell have you been eating, knock a buzzard off a shit wagon farts!!! It kind of wrapped around my face and I had to shake my head to break free. I figured that I was safe from getting pooped on as he had just done that. But I wasn't going to take a chance, I kept a close eye on him. 😒 🐴

All in all he is still doing well. The meds are working. He is full of energy as well. We re-established our bond this past week. He is acting like my pard again. It's nice to have him come to me when I call him, like he used to do.

We had some new volunteers out this past Saturday and Elizabeth Gebers, the Volunteer Coordinator, brought Sir out to the wash stall to show the newbies how to groom and bathe. Of course they all fell in love with my boy 😁
Before turning him out I went to go get his pal Cisco. They told me that he watched me walk away and that he kept staring at the corner of the barn as if looking for me. He was whinnying, I say for Cisco, but they said for me. LOL I will take it!
Afterwards Elizabeth introduced me to one of the ladies and told me that she bonded and fell in love with Sir. Something strange I noticed, I was not fearful of losing him as I would have been in the past before I owned him. I was just very proud.

The highlight of my week......was meeting this wonderful little 5 year old girl. Her name is Tՙea (pronounced Teya)
She is the Grandaughter of my friend Louise Abitbol. Her daughter Carinna and son in-law Mark came out for a couple of days R&R.

Tea with Lucy

At first she was shy and standoffish. But soon warmed up when she found out that she could ride the gator with me!

Even more so when she was allowed to drive!!!! LOL

What a smart and engaging young lady. She stole my heart. Helped with distributing the grain and hay buckets. She even helped gathering them up. Never once complained. I pulled 2 dollars out of my pocket and paid her for helping. She smiled from ear to ear.
I told her that I would introduce her to my 5 year old grandson Jackie 😉 She then told me that she had a boyfriend and was going to get married when they turned 7. What a cutie!

She rode a couple of the horses under grandma Louise's watchful eye and did great! She is a natural, great seat and posture! A future jumper maybe?
When it was time to go she gave me a big hug. She seemed sad to leave.
Hope to see you again "My Lil Friend"

Folks that is my week in a nutshell. I hope that yours was as good as mine.

Until next time


Sir's Human

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Sir and stuff

Hi everyone

It's been a while since I have posted.

Since my last post Sir is doing really well. It appears that the Chinese medicine is working.
I used to be able to see the blood flow in the arteries in his neck. This was due to his leaking heart valve. I can only describe it as a constant ripple. At his worst it resembled a pump pushing water through a soft hose. Now it's barely noticeable.
He even acts differently. He has a pep in his step. Not lethargic like he used to be. He is more alert and energetic.

 A few weeks ago I took him from his stall in the barn and into the big grazing field to join an energy circle. He wasn't happy because his buddy Cisco was still in the barn. They were calling to each other.
Sir's buddy Cisco

I decided to put him back in the barn to not stress him out. Right before I did that he farted really loud and scared the hell out of himself. He spun and kicked up a little, ears back, eyes bulging. It took me a minute to realize what had happened after I calmed  him down. I haven't laughed that hard in awhile. My goofy horse never ceases to amaze me. 
So I brought him back into the barn and he and Cisco greeted each other like horses do. 🐴🐴

We had a fundraising yard sale the weekend before the 4th of July. Saturday thru Monday. We had a blast as usual but more importantly we raised some money for the rescue. 
It's a constant battle to raise funds. We can always use donations. 
There are many ways that you can donate. We accept donations via Venmo as well as PayPal.
You can also mail checks to: 
                                               North Shore Horse Rescue
                                               2330 Sound Ave
                                                Baiting Hollow, NY 11933
All donations are tax deductible. 

Did you realize that we have a new website and domain name?????
Same mission, different look! 
Visit and take a spin, you will like what you see. 
It is still a work in progress so bear with us as we fine tune it.

Once again thank you for following our journey!

Until next time I remain


Sir's Human


Tuesday, May 23, 2017

So much has happened!! Good stuff!

Hi All

Well as you know from my last post I was heading out to the barn for a little while the Saturday that we were celebrating Jack's birthday.
I had won a mosaic table and chairs set on Max Sell for Lynn's Mothers Day gift. The location that I need to go pick it up was close to the barn so I figured I could go early to the barn, go pick it up, and go back to the barn before going to the party.

I noticed that I was getting strange looks from Laurel and Elizabeth, Marissa and others that were there. Pete arrived and agreed to take a ride with me to pick up the the table and chairs.
I had hoped to be back by 11 but the place was further than I thought.
On the way back Pete asked if we could stop at the feed store so he could get some treatment for Bullet's thrush. So we did.

We got back to the farm and I could see everyone gathered around the decorated picnic table. As I walked up to it everyone said surprise! and wished me a happy birthday.
I was surprised. There were all kinds of cakes and cookies and gifts!
A birthday cake which had a picture of  Sir and I on it......
Plus a shirt from Heather saying "Sir's Human"

Nicole made me my favorite cupcakes with horse faces on them! Plus I received a gift certificate to the feed store, Pete's homemade caramel popcorn, a gift basket, Rumchatta! and so much more.

But what really put me in shock was when Nicole went to get Sir to join the party. Laurel handed me a red NSHRS folder tied with a red bow. She told me that it was all the paperwork that I had wanted for Sir. His history, etc.
I opened it and found a card in it. Then other paperwork which I could not wrap my head around, I was so nervous. Then she said " You are now the proud owner of  a horse. Sir!" Then it all clicked! I saw the adoption application etc. I am not ashamed to say that I cried. This was a lifelong dream come true. Laurel and Tommy gifted him to me! No adoption fee, No board! He was mine.......Unbelievable! I am still getting used to the idea. 🙌
That was one of the happiest days of my life! Right there with my wedding day and the birth of my son!

A few days later I was informed that I won the JetBlue Volunteer of the Year Award for our Technical Operations department. I received a trophy and JetBlue will make a $1,000.00 donation to the rescue. I received a standing ovation at the awards dinner, which I did not attend. However, I did receive one at our Leadership Summit in Orlando.
There is a buzz now as many attendees are asking about the rescue. My manager, director, V.P., and others want to support North Shore Horse Rescue and Sanctuary!

Very exciting!

I will keep you all updated going forward!

Thanks as always for following us!

Until next time......

Frank.....Sir's Human

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

A few words....very few words

Hi all

Almost a month has passed since my last post. Believe me, I always have the intention of posting more frequently but life sometimes gets in the way.

Not too much happening. Sir is doing well. The heat appears to be bothering him so we are looking at solutions to keep him out of the sun.  Donations of $5.00 towards that goal would be appreciated. Just note it in the pay pal or venmo apps.

I attended my first Civil War Reenactment in a year this past weekend. I had an awesome time. The welcome back that I received from so many people showed me how much I am appreciated in the hobby.

I went to the barn on Monday and saw Sir. As I stated, he is looking good.   I will see him for a little while this Saturday. I will be going to my Grandson Jack's 5th Birthday party. I can't believe that he will be 5 already. If his father was still alive he would be so very proud of him!

Before I close I would like to ask that if you have any lightly used items that you can donate for the fund raising yard sale (Date to be announced) please donate them. It would be very much appreciated!

Sorry for not so much content..........


Sir's Human


Thursday, April 6, 2017

Is there such a thing as a horse with 9 lives??!!!???

Hi all

Well last week was one for the books.

All week long thoughts of Sir's last day kept creeping into my mind. In dreams, while driving, while doing anything. It seemed so real that I had to shake my head to get the thoughts out.
 I would see him lying on his side in a field and I laid down next to him. We were staring into each others eyes, mine tear filled. His nostrils flaring and taking in deep breaths. I watched his body rise and fall as he breathe the air.
I watched him and talked to him, stroked his head as he breathe his last breath. I watched the light go out of his eyes. Then I was drawn back to reality. Asking myself if I wanted to be there when it happens. Did I have the courage? The answer was and is yes! I want me to be the last thing that he sees. I do not want him to go to the other side alone. He deserves better than that.

Laurel sent me a text during the week and told me that Dr. Wen was coming out on Saturday evening to examine him. I asked if he was okay and she told me that he was.
I arrived at the Barn around 11 AM after spending the morning running errands and was greeted by my friends and some new volunteers going through this years Volunteer Orientation.
I went back to see Sir and he appeared to be happy to see me. He actually looked pretty good and was more like himself. Heather Davis, a volunteer, told me that he was being a brat. And when she told him that she would tell me he would stop. LOL

Later that day after everyone pretty much left, Laurel and I were talking as she prepared the buckets for the next morning's feeding. She then told me that Sir had taking a turn for the worse during the week. And that she had made the decision that we needed to put Sir down on Monday. He was that bad. She didn't want to tell me until she had him looked at and was sure it was the right decision. She called Dr. Wen to discuss it and went over what medications he was taking. He made some adjustments and she began the new regimen. Well 5 days into it and he improved drastically!
She is so much my friend and like a sister. She is always looking to protect me from stress and sadness. I love her for that. Tommy is the same way. They are caring and compassionate towards others.

Dr. Wen finally arrived. Sir was on cross tied. I had brought him in earlier and Laurel and I groomed him.
Dr. Wen examined him, feeling and pressing in various areas. He stated that Sir looked good. Then he listened to his heart. I stood by watching for what seemed like an eternity. Finally he stood up, stepped back, removed his stethoscope and said "This is good! His heart rate is almost back to normal"
The last time he listened to the heart is was so erratic that the best he could do was count around 120 beats, This time it was 70!

A normal resting horse has a heart rate of 38-40 beats per minute, foals (70-120 bpm), yearlings (45-60 bpm) and 2 year olds (40-50 bpm). Maximum heart rates can exceed 180 beats per minute, but a rate above 80 should be considered serious in most non-exercising horses.

So you can see from the above that he was in peril and made a major improvement.

I haltered him up and led him back to his paddock. I talked to him the whole way. I was like a giddy school kid. Not ashamed to admit that I shed some happy tears. Once again he won!
When I got back to the barn Laurel was emotional and I told her that I felt like crying because I was so happy. She said that she already was.

We celebrated this small victory together and said goodnight.

Sunday I returned to the Barn and was speaking to Louise about the morning session with the Stony Brook Veterans Equine therapy session. She told me that the girls went to get Sir to participate and he basically refused. She went back to see if he wanted to join as he usually did and she got the feeling that Sir was saying that he was done with that, LOL He was feeling good and just wanted to chill. She said that he was a one person horse and that I am that person. I was of course very happy to hear that 😎

I will see if I can work it out financially so I can adopt him. That would be wonderful!

Thanks again for reading about and following Sir and I. Your thoughts and prayers really do help!

With much love and gratitude.

Sir and Frank "Sir's Human"

Friday, March 31, 2017

Sir and stuff

Hi everyone

I have been away from the keyboard for awhile. Lots going on at work and at home.

We had a scare with Sir a few weeks ago. He was bloated with excess water most likely caused from the congestive heart failure. His legs literally looked liked balloons. They had ridges or folds in them.
He could barely walk and his appetite was absent.

Thank God that Laurel's Niece Dr. Cait Rooney was there for the weekend. She and Laurel sprang into action. She increased the meds that get the water out of the body, a diuretic, and she and Laurel bathe his legs and wrapped them to get the scabs to fall off. (Which they did)
She monitored him through the night.

The next morning when I arrived he was looking much better. He was eating and a lot of the swelling had subsided. Since that day Laurel has been tending to his rear legs nightly. Bathing them with an antiseptic soap, etc. It is a lot of work. I only wish that I had different work hours so that I could go there a few nights a week after work.

He is blessed that he is at North Shore Horse Rescue & Sanctuary. The care that he and ALL of the horses receive, both rescues and boarded horses, is second to none!
Thank you Laurel and Tommy for all that you do for these horses!

I hope that Sir can hang tough as long as possible. It has been suggested that he fights and pushes through for me. I am truly honored if that is the case. I reassure him always that I want him to stay but he is free to go if that is what must be. It is all about him now. All his remaining days will be comfortable and carefree. They must be!

Next week Sunday, April 9th will be my late Son Frankie's Birthday.  It will be a tough day for my wife Lynn and I.  To this point Sir has made the loss of my only child bearable for me. I may need to call upon him one more time to help......................

I remain humbly


Sir's Human

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Chairman of the Board?

Hi all

Well not quite LOL, though I am proud to announce that I was elected to the Board of Directors of the North Shore Horse Rescue & Sanctuary last Saturday night.
I am eager to serve and contribute to further the mission statement of the organization.

There is much work to be done in the future. Fund raising through grants as well as corporate sponsorships is at the forefront. Of course the importance of the individual donor is not lost. It is those of you who continually donate and support our fund raising efforts that have carried the organization throughout the years. We STILL need  your support and are eternally grateful for it.

We will be launcing a new website soon......same mission, more user friendly and informative. I am sure you will agree that it is a vast improvement.
I will advise once it is officially launched.

Sir is looking wonderful and seems to be holding his own. Dr. Wen's medication seems to be doing the trick. Again, if anyone wishes to assist with the purchase of his medication you can donate through paypal on our facebook page. Hit the donate button.

 or venmo.


That's all I have for now.....please check back or watch facebook for new posts!

Thanks for following Sir and I 


Sir's Human!

Monday, February 20, 2017

Wonderful Weekend!

Hi Folks

Spent an awesome weekend out at the barn with Sir and our volunteer family 😉🐴
The weather was very much spring like with temps in the 60's and bright sunshine.
Sir seems to be doing really well. The medication seems to be working. He is eating.....well, like a horse LOL

The warm weather brought lots of people out as well. Both volunteers and the general public. The horses enjoyed both the attention and great weather,
As we turned each group of horses out they ran and bucked and stretched their muscles, happy to run and enjoy their turn in the large paddock.

Alexis Ritsch took lots of pics of the horses and of Sir. Thanks Lexi!

We are getting ready for our Comedy night on Feb 26th. And on April 22nd we will be holding our ASPCA Help A Horse Day. Some ideas being considered are an Civil War encampment, Chili Cook Off, Swap Meet, and some others.

Keep an eye on our facebook page and here on the blog.

Thanks for following the blog!


Sir's Human

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Still here ☺

Hi all

It's been a couple of weeks since I have posted.

I saw Sir over the weekend and again yesterday. He looked good. He seemed a bit stiff when we first started walking but gradually loosened up and was walking okay.
He seems so normal on the outside. But I know what is rumbling on the inside. I can only hope that he hangs on.

I wish that I could put into words how he makes me feel when I am with him. But no words could do justice to the overwhelming joy and euphoria that he brings me.

Yesterday when I was with him I was leaning over the top rail of the paddock fence and he came to me and was or seemed to be very needy. Needy of my touch and voice. So I accommodated him the best that I could. He seemed to be happy that I did.

Please continue with your prayers and rituals. And if you feel that you want to help with his medication a donation would be very much appreciated. Just mark in the notes field that it's for Sir's meds.

Visit our Facebook page NSHRS Facebook

Thanks again all!


Sir's Human

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Quick Update

Hi all

Sorry for the lapse in posting. I have been busy with meetings for the rescue and the two Civil War organizations that I am affiliated with.

The medications seem to be working. The edema seems to be subsiding. And of course the medication for the heart is doing what it does. 😉
As stated in my last post it is not a cure. It will help to prolong his life. To look at him you wouldn't think that he has any issues. He is alert and eating, is mobile and his bodily functions seem to be normal.
He is a fighter!

I was out at the barn last Sunday for awhile and spent some time with him. Haltered him up and we went for a stroll. He always likes to do that. He grazed a little on whatever grass he could find. And generally seemed to enjoy himself.

So the prayers and Reiki, medication, etc. seems to be doing the trick for now.

The rescue really needs donations. Not only for Sir but for the rescue's operation and the horses.

Please consider a monthly donation or $5, $10, $15, or whatever you can afford. Your donations are tax deductible and your would truly be making a difference!

Have any fund raising ideas? Any questions about the rescue? Email me at or just comment here!
We could really use your help!

Until next time

Take care


Sir's Human

Saturday, January 7, 2017

In a fight for his life!!!

Hi everyone

Today I am writing to let you know that Sir is in the battle of and for his life. He was diagnosed two days ago as being in heart failure which is also causing edema.
As followers of this blog you know that he is a fighter and has overcome some major issues in the past year; Cancer, Kidney failure, and infection just to name a few.

But unfortunately he is now in a fight to prolong his existence. Dr. Wen has prescribed medicines to clear up the edema and to help with the heart failure.  
This will not be a cure, nor is it meant to be. It is an attempt to prolong Sir’s life as long as the quality of life does not suffer.
Thankfully he is still eating ravenously and his bodily functions are normal as well. Dr. Wen made sure to convey that there is no way of knowing how long or if he will survive.

However, our mindset is to keep a positive outlook; to hope for the best and prepare for the worst. I ask that you include him in your prayers and your healing ways and rituals. He is loved by not only me but all of those who have met him and know him.

The cold hard truth is that Sir is currently in a fragile state. As much as I would be heartbroken if he were to leave this plain, I would understand that his contract was fulfilled and it would be time to move on. None of us wants to be selfish and have him suffer just to fill our need to have him in our lives.  So he will be monitored closely and with fingers crossed he will be around for a while longer.

Thank you all for your continued support for Sir, North Shore Horse Rescue & Sanctuary, and I.
If you would like to help with Sir’s medication please follow this link and make a tax deductible donation in Sir’s name. Doante

Thanks again for reading.....

And I will FOREVER Remain


Sir's Human 😊