It pains me when offspring are separated from their mothers on the farm. It is a traumatic experience for both the mother and their offspring. Hearing them call for each other will send chills down your spine.
While the other colts and fillies are enjoying more time with their mothers, this filly has no one. Her mother died unexpectedly when she was only three months old.
Going by markings, I am pretty sure these pictures show them together in happier times:
She lost her mother at such a young age. I often wonder if the filly is lonely. She is still extremely shy and skittish around me. The closest I have managed to get to her is to feed her hay by hand. Any other movement startles her and she takes off running.
I check on the filly daily. There is no reason an animal should be lonely. I look foreword to the day when she let's me brush her coat.