Foal Panics When Rescuers Work To Free Its Injured Mom
Cailyn Finkel 2/16/2018
If you've ever watched a nature show or adventured in the great outdoors, then you know wild animals often find themselves caught in serious situations. Unfortunately, they're often without any help because they are not domesticated and are generally frightened of humans.
Thankfully the RSPCA, or Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, comes to the rescue when these sort of situations arise. As soon as the RSPCA heard about a gray momma horse whose foot became entangled in her own knotted mane, they rushed to the scene.
As soon as they spotted her, they realized that she couldn't free her foot to stand up, no matter how hard she tried. Momma's sweet brown foal was frantic and refused to leave her side even though the scary humans were so close.
The baby just doesn't know what to do and runs around. The foal must have been terrified to see its mother in such a predicament.
So when volunteers with the RSPCA showed up, the baby fled away initially but remained close to its beloved mom. It watched warily from a safe distance.
This poor baby is so nervous, but realizes that the humans are there to help his momma. He scoots all around near her, keeping a watchful eye on what's happening.