Rooster is an appaloosa gelding around 10 years old when he came to TLERS. Rooster had sustained a traumatic brain injury when he hit his head on a rock. The injury left him blind and dangerous to handle. His family loved him but didn't feel they had the knowledge or resources to handle his needs. Rooster initially reacted to any pressure by flipping himself. He was uncomfortable with touch and wouldn't socialize with the other horses. Rooster began receiving PEMF therapy, was housed with Whisper, another blind resident, and Suzie, the seeing eye mule. Over time Rooster has become quite attached to Whisper and Suzie. He is still uncomfortable with his face touched and can be hard to catch, but is getting better. He no longer tries to flip himself and seems to really enjoy his therapy. Rooster will stay with us as a sanctuary resident.