So the two “bad colors” (grass and teal are bad now?) are kept alive, the two decent colors were left to rot? Blue was sold I suppose, bit the rest of the original batch remain as well as a dead one from a later batch?
Are those four all later ones who just have the same colors as three of the older ones? Does this shelter charge actual money that the new owner needs to make back off her production? The size of the brown and grass one suggest they were actually allowed to grow up, so why is the owner suddenly counting pennies in regards to cost vs output? Are they just frustrated but didn’t actually care before? Was keeping two an attempt to keep her stress levels down as newer ones were taken?
All four are out of her sight? She’s been bred since then, with some earning a profit, but why purge the entire first batch? Are the two left alive as incentive for obedience? It has to have been at least a month and maybe a few days, but they’re still screaming on the hooks? The two are left to rot so she can smell them, but the owner doesn’t feel offended by the odor or eventual insects? She kept her front hooves but is in a position where she’ll likely suffer heart failure during pregnancy as they fill with stagnant blood and eventually begin to rot? She’s somehow still bleeding, or was she just pillowed after another pregnancy?
I’m thinking way too much about this, but the logistics of breeding practices put my mind into actual business mode.
Btw, this image is a double Wolfram-Sparks reference. The entire format is based on an adoption gone wrong image he did ages ago, and the fluffy is also inspired on his recent (unfinished work) “Toffee” lol. Its a Wolfception.
Love it! The look of utter despair and hopelessness in mares eyes, begging for death. chef’s kiss.
Look at the worsening state of the shelter, love that detail. How the next to go is the “about me” description, instead of being cute, it becomes just basic information, no more Hi, I’m loving and all that stuff.