When a mom in Georgia took her new baby home, she had one person — or, more accurately, one animal — she wanted to present her to.
The mom took her kid to the field to see Jag, her favorite horse.
This lovely get-together occurred on October 8, 2021, in Georgia, USA. The infant had no clue she was about to meet her future friend.
Jag’s human had a foal, and he adores her!
He even gives her a smell to be sure his eyes aren’t misleading him. Yes, Jag, it is a human foal in your horse’s eyes.
There’s no reason to be concerned about the baby’s safety.
Mom must have known what she was doing when she introduced her gorgeous kid to her handsome horse. Jag is clearly captivated. Do you want to peek into Jag’s eyes? Gentle!
In a few years, the baby will develop into a strong girl who will ride the Jag and spend time with her family from sunrise to sunset.
Horses have that impact on people.
Mom is an expert in horse care. Having these magnificent creatures around takes a great deal of care and expertise.
Horses come in a variety of sizes, colors, and personalities. These creatures are challenging, distant, sensitive, and friendly, to name a few characteristics.
It all depends on how you go about it.
If Jag is as warm and welcoming, then all of the horses in Mom’s care should be interested and nice as well. The way a horse is cared for, as well as its surroundings, influences its personality.
Horses may live up to 30 years if properly cared for, so having a small girl on his back a few years down the line shouldn’t be an issue.
They are very dependent animals that need to be with other horses to live a happy, healthy life.
The same is true for infants. Infant growth involves interacting and activating their senses so they can absorb their surroundings. This little kid needs to learn how to ride a horse.
When it comes to introducing a newborn to animals, people are often confused. Babies born into pet-owning homes have a lower chance of acquiring allergies.
That is, if kids are exposed to animals during their first several months at home. Horses are more of a buddy than a pet.
When properly taught, having a large animal around may be good for children.
“Horses make excellent childhood friends.” Horses are inherently appealing to children, making them an attractive alternative to TV viewing, Internet browsing, or just “hanging out.” Horseback riding connects youngsters with nature and may be done alone or in groups.
These two certainly clicked straight away, and we’re sure they’ll have a great time growing up together. They look very cute together.
Watch the video of their first encounter down below!