Tiny Baby Horse Can’t Stop Cuddling With Woman
As it turns out, not just dogs love having endless cuddling sessions with their human friends, but other animals as well, including baby horses. In a too-cute-to-handle moment, a nearly seven-days-old baby horse meets an affectionate rider and she madly fells in love with her.
The heartwarming scene was caught on video and gained millions of views so far!
Great fond of horses since she can remember, Sunny Bayne from Kentucky shared lots of adorable moments with these majestic creatures, yet none of them compares with this one. The young woman is about to meet a newborn foal, but she has no idea how affectionate this little is. Soon as she’s gently touching its face, the sweet animal begin to nuzzle her and show her why everyone at the farm thinks he’s actually a puppy.
The baby horse pushes the young lady to the ground and then started to shower her with tons of cuddles and kisses, under the supervision of its mother, who’s carefully watching it. Needless to say that Bayne can’t get enough of it. But the tiny horse’s greeting doesn’t last too long, because after a minute-long cuddling session it decides it’s enough. But long enough for Sunny to say “This is the best day of my life!”
“Horses have a way about them that touches my soul,” Sunny wrote on Facebook. “I could feel her love and curiosity. She walked all over me and I was okay with that because, I mean… look at her. We played like kids. She melted my heart that day and I believe it’s safe to say that she melted a few million other peoples hearts. She is ONE in a million!’”
Human relationships or interactions with horses have varied throughout history depending on human needs, but it is horses’ ability to carry a human individual that has had perhaps the greatest impact on their relationship with man. Despite our long association with the horse, there have been few studies on human-horse relationships. There is little historical evidence on individual relationships with horses but indications of strong human-horse relationships have been noted in mounted societies.