Back the first of April I sold 5 doelings to a lady from Louisiana for $350 each. All registered. Cleos triplets and two spotted girls. They would be to pick them up at the end of the month. I asked for $150 each to hold them. She sent the deposit. Toward the end of April, two of them developed scours two days before they were to pick them up. I immediately contacted them and told them and I also did a fecal and it was confirmed Coccidia. I dosed with toltrazuril and the next morning they were fine. The couple was up here anyway the next day and I said the scours were cleared up and they should be fine. They said they were making another trip up here in two weeks. I said OK. I would hold them. Then her husband got sick and had surgery and then this happened and that. After two months she asked for her deposits back. I told her that if I sold them for enough to cover the cost of feeding them and all the hassle that I would send a portion back. Last month, I traded two of them off. No cash changed hands. I was just lightening the feed bill. Today, she contacted me and wanted to come pick up the 5 girls and pay me the remainder of the agreement we had back in April. I don't even know what to say. Its cost me more than $750 to raise them for 5 months. The 3 remaining are big good looking girls and are big enough to breed this year. Im thinking of offering her these 3 plus 2 more for an additional $350 each. (keep the $750 for my troubles and give her a discount. I wouldn't sell these 5 big girls at this time for $350 each otherwise) Three are January girls and two are March girls. What would you do? I assumed she forfeited her deposit when she didn't come back and get them in April. She acted like in her message that no time had passed and I should just raise them for her for 5 months and expect nothing. Wow!!! What the ...............................????????????????????