We have a "rescue" pygmy/nigi mix that we got about 2 months ago. We know very little about her and the person we got her from said that she was most likely pregnant and due within 2 weeks. Two months passed and she still showed no signs of being pregnant( not gaining weight and no bag).I went outside sunday morning to find she had been attacked by an animal, maybe bobcat or coyote. Her ears and head are pretty tore up and she had this baby beside her that was TINY. It is obviously preterm he was alive when i found him she hadn't cleaned him and he was covered in dirt and ants. I brought him inside and washed him down and feed him immediately with powdered colostrum. He perked up and seems to be ok . After I got him settled I took care of her ,she was pretty shaken up. I introduced him back to her after she calmed down and he was able to stand up maybe 2 hours after I found him. She licked and made her mother noise but never nursed. We watched them for a little while and had to feed him again.We checked her very small bag and she had a little milk come down from both sides. After my husband got home we managed to get her to nurse him.Mom is very interested in him but he is so tiny and so is her bag I don't know if he is getting what he needs. He made it through the night but this afternoon looked really down. We gave him more bottle of colostrum and he perked up. We need advice, he seems to do better with us feeding him. Should we take him from the mom and bottle feed so that we can keep up with how much he is getting?He has used the bathroom twice poo and pee that we have noticed and he is fully formed as far as his development.His teeth are a little red and uneven though they look like they are not all the way developed but other that he looks ok just REALLY small. He is no longer than 8 inches from head to butt.Of course he has little long legs so he is I would say hoof to top of his back six to eight inches tall. Would it be better for him and her to keep him with her.We don't want to lose him and we don't want her to be anymore stressed without the baby. So Advice?