Mamma & Me

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UploadedMarch 31, 2011
TakenMarch 30, 2011
MakeNokia
ModelE63
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length4.9 mm

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Mamma enjoying an appetizer before dinner

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  • Geoff Anthony

    Geoff Anthony said (1 Apr 2011):

    Poor Mamma spent at least two years, locked in a yard no bigger than the average 2nd bedroom. A small lean-to roof in one corner was her only shelter. Herself and her daughter 'Pip', were together in that yard when we found them.
    Because the people who had them had no idea about horses, how to feed them properly, their needs, their fears - they were misunderstood and often beaten for seeming nasty. Mamma bore the brunt of this in protecting little Pip.
    When we got her home, she was trembling in fear of what would happen and we had to separate her and Pip so we could wean Pip from her.
    Mamma had no trust, especially not in me (being male) but she is actually a real sweetheart, and now doesn't go a day without a kiss and a cuddle from me. Abuse comes in many forms, violent, psychological and ignorance - she was a victim of ignorance that became a frustrated violence. Now she can feel grass under her feet, has fresh water, nice feed, shelter and good company.
    Everything a pony needs to be happy

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