Gower, South Wales’ Loughor Estuary is a picturesque marshland with a diverse range of wildlife. A mare and her foal were wandering along the uneven terrain of the marshland when a sudden accident scared them.
Unexpectedly, the mare’s back hoof was tangled in her matted mane. She made an effort to get her hoof out, but as it became more and more twisted in the mane, the poor horse fell. She attempted to stand up, but her twisted limbs made it impossible.
The young foal became horrified when he witnessed his mother’s anguish. The toddler kept asking for aid because he had no idea how to assist his mother. In addition, the area would soon be flooded by a high tide. The mare and her foal were still in a helpless situation.
RSPCA police officers show up on the scene to rescue the animals from the inundated area. They act quickly after learning about the mare’s plight. She refuses to stand up even after one of the officers untangles the mare’s hoof from the mane.
The police officers are aware that the mare has been giving birth for hours at this point. She was waiting for her circulation to normalize because her arm or legs had actually become feeble because of the unusual position of her blood.