A wild horse gives thanks to its savior in a very interesting and unusual manner

Chaining the front or rear legs of horses is a prevalent practice in several regions of Romania. This prevents them from fleeing. Our FOUR PAWS vet, Ovidiu, spotted a horse in Letea (Danube delta). He immediately assisted in freeing the animal from his painful bonds. As soon as Ovidiu releases the horse, it happily nuzzles him before galloping away.

The horse is one of the wild Hucul-bred horses that live in Letea’s Danube delta woodland, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Europe’s second largest wetland.