That’s what happened to the Four Paws team veterinarian Ovidiu Roche.He saw a wild horse with bandaged legs while working, as is typical in Romania.
You are aware that the animal experiences pain and a variety of unpleasant sensations as a result of the front leg fetters.Roche decided to assist the horse in escaping because he could not pass by.
From the beginning, he was aware that approaching a wild horse could be risky for both him and the animal.After all, if it tries to escape despite the chains, it may become crippled from fear.
Additionally, a panicked and desperate horse is quite capable of attacking an approaching individual. The Four Paws team’s experienced veterinarian was aware that he could only assist a calm animal.
So he started by taking a sedative.After that, he got close to the horse quickly, shut her eyes, and started working. Another horse was nearby at the time, curiously observing Roche’s efforts to free her friend.
Roche saw that a chain was entangled between the horse’s legs as he got closer.She appeared to have been mass-produced for slaughter.Roche was fortunate to have pliers on hand.
Despite the fact that more and more horses were gathered around him, he insisted on continuing to work.The chains were finally released.
The horse quickly got better, and the Four Paws team helped her get back on her feet by removing the eyecups from her head.
The graceful creature even decided to give her savior a sincere kiss to show her gratitude for her newfound freedom.It’s nice to know that there are still people who will put in the time and effort to help an animal in need.
There is a place for genuine sympathy, kindness, and love even in the world’s most difficult times.