**Update on Mori**
Mori is eating and drinking on her own and able to get up and down. She is showing a little improvement every day, which gives us good reason to keep giving her supportive care and pain management.
However, we still do not want to give ourselves or our supporters assurances or false hope. Her xrays of today showed that some of the broken bone is dying and there are a few pieces of floating bone...Her eyes themselves are not damaged, but her optic nerve and the connections to the brain are, which could be temporary blindness because of the swelling, or it could be permanent.
As long as there is hope for a full recovery where she can have a good quality life, we do not want to give up on her as we strongly believe that wild horses have better healing capabilities than domestic horses.
However, bills do pile up every day and Mori REALLY needs your support. Everyone who is donating to the Jade Legacy fund, or a general donation (which right now is going to Mori) we will make a keychain for you with Mori's image on it.
We need to prove that the public will manage the Salt River wild horses and we need your help for that. Every little bit helps a LOT.
We do not know for sure how Mori got her injuries but her band was crossing the road daily right at the granite Reef corner, which is a very dangerous part of the road. If anyone has any information or saw something on Monday the 13th between 9 am and 12 noon, in the Granite Reef area, please send us a message, we will keep that confidential.