At the end of February, I adopted a blind, Belgian gelding named Charlie. He had been used as a wagon horse in Northern California. Due to the economy, his owner was desperate to thin her herd and offered him to anyone who would give him a good home, or, unfortunately, she would be forced to put him down. So, I adopted him! I have never had a blind horse, but I sensed Charlie was well adjusted and would be just the thing my heart needed. Join me on my journey of "Seeing in the Dark!"
When I joined this site, I was looking for friends. I had embarked on a great journey with a blind, Belgian gelding named Charlie. He was an amazing horse. The darkness didn't stop him from enjoying h...()
Wow! I haven't been on the site much since Summer, and I realized that so much has happened, and, maybe, some of you might like an update! Charlie has blossomed!! As you recall, Charlie is predomintly...()
I've had Charlie for over a month now. We had been worried that he would go through separation anxiety, because he had been separated from his friends and sister, who'd been his constant companions si...()