A horse sanctuary orchestrates a heartwarming reunion between a wild Mustang and his kin. In a vast expanse of land, adorned with rugged hills, a herd of horses gallops freely. The camera captures their tale, highlighting the presence of lively foals following closely behind their nurturing mares.
Among them emerges Goliath, a colossal Mustang possessing unparalleled strength and an air of magnificence. He gracefully traverses the herd, safeguarding his family and remaining ever vigilant against potential intruders.
Goliath’s harem is complete, and his resilient cheek muscles ease as he breathes a sigh of contentment. He envisions a future brimming with everlasting love. However, Goliath’s idyllic existence suddenly transforms into a nightmare.
In an instant, the deafening sound of helicopter blades fills the air, inciting panic throughout the herd. Goliath’s family hastily takes to their hooves, desperately attempting to escape the clutches of captivity. Their freedom is strategically undermined, and they are forcibly herded into confinement.
Separated from his beloved family, Goliath finds himself transported to a pen, stripped of everything dear to him. Once a spirited and untamed stallion, he now languishes within the confines of iron barriers, entirely at the mercy of his captors.
Yet, hope remains steadfast. Skydog Sanctuary, a wildlife conservation group, learns of Goliath’s plight and resolves to reunite him with his kin. Miraculously, they manage to locate Red Lady, an integral member of his family.
And so, the long-awaited reunion unfolds. Goliath and Red Lady are brought together once again. The pregnant mare feels the gentle caress of her lover’s snout, a profound connection reignited. In that moment, they sense the presence of their unborn foal, a symbol of renewed hope. With hearts brimming with joy, they embark on a spirited journey northward, reveling in the liberating embrace of freedom.
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Vomiting is a very common problem with cats with a multitude of causes. They range from eating something poisonous or inedible (like string), to infection, urinary tract disease, or diabetes to hairballs.
TSome estimates say as many as 3% of cats seen by vets have feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD), which is actually a group of feline diseases with multiple causes.