Poky Watch Update

Jul
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I’m still watching! No baby yet. But. I’m pretty sure she’s pregnant! I saw Jack buying cigars!!!!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 6, 2011  

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  1. 7-6
    6:13
    am

    :sun: I cant wait to see their baby!! So excited!!
    Granny Trace

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  2. 7-6
    7:13
    am

    She is so pretty. Can’t wait for the baby. :)

  3. 7-6
    8:55
    am

    She has an enviable figure for an expectant mother, and such a pretty face. I’ve never seen a baby donkey so I simply Cannot Wait!

  4. 7-6
    9:21
    am

    What a sweet face! And such a slender figure! I hope you’re right.

  5. 7-6
    9:25
    am

    It’s the angle of that photo. She’s got a belly on her.

  6. 7-6
    10:03
    am

    Wish I could have all pictures of me taken at that same angle!! :happyflower:

  7. 7-6
    10:12
    am

    :fairy: Oh I cant wait!!! That should a little cutie pie! :happyflower:

  8. 7-6
    11:05
    am

    Hope it’s soon–can’t wait to see it– know it will be a darling. Speaking of cute, My neighbors cat has kittens–adorable orange ones like I have always wanted plus a little tuxie like my dear old Harvey. Their eyes are still blue & I want all of them so bad.

  9. 7-6
    11:42
    am

    Suzanne – Donkeys usually gestate for around 12 months – when did you put Jack and Poky in together? Did you notice her in heat? Has Jack been *ahem* ‘interested’ in her lately? If not, when was the last time he was? You can tell when she is getting really close, because her belly should literally drop. It’s noticeable, for sure… and means you should be really close to baby time! After baby is born, you might take Jack away for a little while… Poky should go back into heat very soon after foaling, and unless you really want another baby that time next year, it’s best to give her a little space!

  10. 7-6
    12:36
    pm

    I have been wondering about her. Thanks for the update on her. Can’t wait to see a little Pokey or Jack in the future. Will you keep the baby or sell? :sun:

  11. 7-6
    12:48
    pm

    Oh, romance in the hills of West Virginia!!!

  12. 7-6
    1:06
    pm

    Wow, I didn’t know Pokey could be ‘expecting’! But then, I’m new here… I had wondered though! :D

  13. 7-7
    12:57
    am

    I can’t wait to see photo of the little one!!
    I have never seen a baby donkey.

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