Pony abandoned in Doncaster with a severe neck wound is hoping for the luck of the Irish to find her a new home this St Patrick’s Day

A abandoned pony with a severe wound on her neck who was rescued by the RSPCA is hoping St Patrick’s Day will bring her enough luck to land a new home. The aptly named ‘Paddy’ was discovered abandoned and alone in Sprotbrough, Doncaster in January.
Nine weeks later and Paddy’s luck has changed for the better. Her wounds have healed and the plucky pony is now searching for her forever home.
Equine rehoming officer Jacqueline Wilson said: “Poor Paddy was in a sorry state when she was rescued by our inspector, and brought to us for care.
“We could see she had a nasty wound on her neck, but her... read more

15 March 2019 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 22

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