Zindita had given birth to her baby, but the horse almost died giving birth. Sadly, though she lived, her foal did not. The sweet mother was overcome with sadness at the loss of her baby.
But, as everyone knows, when God closes one door, he makes sure to open another. Only two days after Zindita lost her foal, a different foal lost her mother while giving birth to her.
In less than a week both horses suffered terrible losses, but lucky for them the doctors at Equiception realized that this was an opportunity that they couldn't pass up. These two were going to be bonded together!
Take a look at the photos below to see the beautiful story of these two horses who saved each other's hearts, and lives.
As Zindita was delivering her baby early and it was upside down in the womb, her life was in terrible danger. The team of doctors was able to save her life, but the life of her baby was lost.
As any mother would be, Zindita was terribly distraught.
But, unknown to Zindita, there was a newborn baby out there who needed her terribly!
On June 10th Zindita was introduced to the orphaned baby foal and their connection was instant and powerful.
Just one hour after the two had been introduced, the folks at Equiception posted a picture of them, which has since gone viral.
It was as if Zindita had given birth to the little girl herself and she took right to her. She began grooming the foal and made sure to keep her very close.
The little foal was named, 'Listen Good' (Feel Good x Tolanda). I sincerely hope that the little foal actually listens!
"It's quite uncommon for the mare to accept the foal with such enthusiasm and love," said Dr. Patrick Brogan, the doctor who saved Zindita's life while having her own foal. "Zindita fell in love with the foal straight away."
Equiception, is a company that specializes in the veterinary management of horse reproduction and is where both Zindita and Listen Good are currently living.
What a wonderful thing it was to bring these two heartbroken animals together, and what a happy ending for both horses.
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