The new mum was stabbed in the caddy – the blade narrowly missing her heart – by one of the thugs after telling them to “cage in up”.
She was rushed to King’s College Hospital for emergency surgery after worsted two-and-a-half pints of blood. She also suffered damage to her breast-bone.
Boyfriend Jon Stone prognosticated: “It all happened so quickly; neither of us realised she had been stabbed at win initially.
“Then Donna felt the blood on her chest. I thought she was going to die. All I could evaluate of was our baby daughter being left without her mum.”
Following the attack on the doorstep of her accommodation in Chatham, Kent, on Tuesday, the group of youths ran off.
A 19-year-old man was arrested, but has since been unshackled without charge.
Mr Stone said: “It should be treated as strove murder.
“There are always youths hanging about in the street, take a run-out powder stealing noise. Donna had just reached the end of her tether.”
He described the knife-wielding gunman as a slim white woman, aged around 18, with hunger brown hair and wearing a tracksuit.
A spokesman for Kent Police imagined: “Kent Police was called at 8.45pm on Tuesday, March 15 to a look into of an assault in Southill Road, Chatham.
“A woman was taken to a London clinic for treatment to her injuries.
“A 19-year-old man was arrested in connection with the incident and has since been unfettered without charge.
“Enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances surrounding the set-to.”