Amira is doing well.  Yesterday she was tired from her ordeal.  She was quiet and resting pretty much all day.  I removed the bandage I had put on the night before to stop the bleeding and wound had begun to drain.  There is a puncture under a small falp at the top of the wound which was draining pretty good.  I applied Animax and then covered with Aluspray a bit later.  Sprayed for flies and put a fly sheet on her.  Due to her being so thin, the fly sheet just hangs on her...plus it is too big for a petite lady!
Today she was brighter and more animated.  Amira began talking as soon as I brought her breakfast mush with soaked pellets, SMZ's (antibiotic), beet pulp, flax seed and Coco Soya oil.
I added the oil as her manure was somewhat dry even though she is drinking water.  Not only is she drinking her water, she is a dainty dunker!  Likes to dunk her muzzle a bit and splash.
After breakfast I made a mistake.  Sigh.  I put Dixie & Mavis out in the arena.  Of course, Dixie had to come greet Amira and let her know just how lucky she was to get to see such a pretty QH baby.  Sigh.  Of course, I didn't have my camera at that time.  After Dixie introduced herself she took off at a run to show Amira just how quick she was.  Amira started calling and pacing.  For most of the morning she focused on Dixie and would get upset when she wandered to the other end of the arena.  She was so obssessed with watching Dixie!
She stood watching with her skinny little neck outstretched.
I finally put Dixie & Mavis back in their pen because Amira was so obssessed with that little red dun filly that she wouldn't eat.  I again cleaned the wound, applied Aluspray and gave her the second dose of antibiotics for the day.
Wound on left front elbow looks good, but it will drain for a bit until the skin starts to reattach.  Other wounds are looking good.  Some swelling on left hind leg, but it went down when she started moving around.