Guy Can’t Stop Hugging The Horse Whose Life He Saved

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“When the team arrived to the scene, they soon realized this is no ordinary horse. He was still bleeding through multiple gashes, yet stood, eating grass, like nothing happened,” wrote the rescue.

They noticed the horse had a torn ligament in his ankle that needed immediate medical attention. As they slowly guided him to the trailer, they noticed that he was completely blind. They reassured the sweet boy that he was in good hands and were finally able to load him onto the trailer.

Not all heroes wear capes, some wear baseball caps and go by the name of Randy.

Randy’s Rescue Ranch,Facebook

Randy Grim is the founder of Randy’s Rescue Ranch in Illinois. The rescue opened in 2017 for horses and a hospice home for dogs, but quickly turned into a sanctuary for all neglected animals. The team takes in all animals and cares for them physically and mentally.

On a snowy December day, the rescue received a call from local authorities about a horse that was hit by a train. Rick immediately headed to the location to rescue the injured horse.

Randy’s Rescue Ranch,Facebook

“When the team arrived to the scene, they soon realized this is no ordinary horse. He was still bleeding through multiple gashes, yet stood, eating grass, like nothing happened,” wrote the rescue.

Randy’s Rescue Ranch,Facebook

They noticed the horse had a torn ligament in his ankle that needed immediate medical attention. As they slowly guided him to the trailer, they noticed that he was completely blind. They reassured the sweet boy that he was in good hands and were finally able to load him onto the trailer.

He plans on making Caboose a therapy horse to help people with physical and mental health issues. If you are in the area you can meet Caboose and all the other rescued animals on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-3pm. The world needs more people (heroes) like Rick and his team.

Source: familypet

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