Horses are fascinating and beautiful animals. Although they may seem a little complicated at first, once you learn how to take care of them, they can be really pleasant.
Therefore, taking care of a horse is truly a big dedication. There is so much you need to know before you take that big commitment. Caring for a horse includes more than feeding him. It also requires bonding, grooming, training and keeping your horse in a great health condition.
Horses can be a great domestic animal and they usually have great relationships with humans. Sadly, many people don’t understand the responsibility of it or simply don’t empathize with animals.
Therefore, many people leave their horses hungry, cold and alone. This happens especially when a horse comes to a certain age and is not useful as before, or when it becomes ill and it is too expensive to take care of him. Either way, leaving a horse to die alone is a terrible thing!
Here we have the story of a beautiful young horse named Benny. Benny is a beautiful 4-year-old horse, who was starved and emaciated left to die. Nobody believed that he will recover from this horrible condition where he was left to die.
Luckily, thanks to the amazing help and love from the people of Last Stop Horse Rescue, Benny feels great today and his health is perfect. He had a good luck to find such a nice group of people that helped him become the cheerful and happy horse that he deserved to be all along.
In this video below you will see that Benny looked awful and nobody assumed that he could survive. But as you go to the end of the video you will see that he makes an unbelievable recovery. You can see how sad and tremble he was at the beginning of the video, and then he transforms into a happy and wonderful animal.
He had a great care and love from all the people in the Rescue place and they all together proved that anything is possible.
This video can show you that all you need is food, love and care. So never lose hope! As you can see here, once Benny was treated by the right hands, for just 6 months he grows into a majestic creature!