Toby was Rescued!
When a PETA fieldworker discovered Toby, the tiny horse was standing all alone in a muddy pen littered with trash and manure—and no food, water, or shelter. After his owner agreed to relinquish him, a veterinary exam revealed that Toby had an eye infection and a neurological disability caused by blunt-force trauma. When he was well enough, he traveled to his new home in New Mexico, where he set about charming the other residents, including geese, goats, and a pig. When he’s extra-happy, he drops to his knees, rolls onto his back, and kicks his hooves in the air in an equine version of a touchdown celebration.
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