Following her rescue, Luna was able to share in love with her new furry siblings.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if these pets were partners with creatures you don’t normally welcome into your home?
You’ve probably heard funny and touching stories about cats and dogs learning to live happily under the same roof. Luna doesn’t wander into someone’s yard or end up in an animal shelter.
Luna is a small horse.
If you have never seen miniature horses, you will be interested to learn more about them. But these horses are much more than just beautiful animals.
For a horse to be considered small, it must be under 3 feet. This feature is sure to make you think about kids and how good it is to have them at home.
Once you get to know one of them, you’ll develop attachments too, and it’s nice to know that they can live up to a third longer than a normal horse. They continue to eat their normal diet of grass, hay, and grains and live longer.
This anecdote shows that miniature horses are much more than meets the eye. According to the human mother Luna, the story begins on a depressing note, but with the possibility of a better life for the horse. She said to Dodo:
“Luna’s mother rejected her in a way that was so harmful to her when she was born. And we had to take her away from her mother”.
The moment the veterinarian declared Luna an orphan, the decision became clear. They took her in and decided to take care of her.
“She immediately accepted the family. My whole day was focused on the moon. She was a bottle baby, so every morning I gave her a bottle, took her outside and just watched her and Cooper play and run”.