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Abandoned Horse Rescued (4 pics)

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  • 8 Sep, 2014  |
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People from Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) have found and rescued a horse named Polly. Let's see before and after pictures of an amazing transformation.

1 Abandoned Horse Rescued (4 pics)


2 Abandoned Horse Rescued (4 pics)


3 Abandoned Horse Rescued (4 pics)


4 Abandoned Horse Rescued (4 pics)


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№1 Author: Nick1090 (8 Sep 2014 03:38) Total user comments: 1257


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Serious question. If horses eat grass, why was it so thin?
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№2 Author: Moop (8 Sep 2014 04:57) Total user comments: 0


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Nick1090,
It could be that the horse was kept in an area without grass and the first photo was after the rescuers moved her from her area to where the picture was taken. Additionally, it might not be edible (digestible) grass that you see in the picture. A friend at a zoo surprised me a bit at how some things you would assume any herbivore could eat are actually quite poisonous to certain animals and some things that you wouldn't expect they could eat are just fine.
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№3 Author: JH67 (8 Sep 2014 09:55) Total user comments: 0


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When horses need grass, they need a huge quantity so they need a big field. Also when they ate all the grass. If it didn't grew yet, there is nothing to eat. That is why horses owners give them other food made for them.
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№4 Author: Futastic (8 Sep 2014 13:40) Total user comments: 23


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Nick1090, he could've had an infection or any other disease that prevented him from eating.
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№5 Author: siliconshaman (8 Sep 2014 14:00) Total user comments: 0


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Because horses need more than grass to eat in order to stay healthy.
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№6 Author: Tomaz86 (8 Sep 2014 15:15) Total user comments: 10835


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Gestures like this make me believe in humanity again. :11:
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№7 Author: Hot dog (11 Sep 2014 07:43) Total user comments: 1


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Condum time :87:
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№8 Author: loveandhate (12 Sep 2014 10:14) Total user comments: 1571


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for sure it was sick ...
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