After being rescued from terrible conditions, the smallest Texas horse can fully enjoy his life without worrying about his dwarf


This sweet creature stands out from most horses in Texas, as most horses on average are 6 to 7 feet tall, while a horse named Munch is less than 2 feet tall.

He used to live in very bad conditions. He was only two months old when he was rescued.

When rescuers arrived, there were several dead horses on the farm. The situation was just terrible.

Most of the animals were evacuated by police and taken to Habitat for Horse.

One of them was Munch and his mother was Melanie. He was so small that the rescuers were even abel to hug him.

Small horses of this species are sometimes born due to the negligence of their owners, and their dwarfism often affects them.

Fortunately, despite this horse has a sloping back and an ankle, he is generally healthy.

Due to the dwarfism of the horse and the huge belly protruding, some of its organs are larger than expected for a horse of its size.

But none of this affects Munchie’s quality of life and does not prevent him from having a good time with his friends.

Munch spends most of his day exploring the area.

He shares the pasture with four other horses, including Gizmo, who also has a dwarf, like goats and a pig.

Munch also shows with his courage the bigger horses that he is not afraid of them, but on the contrary, Munch often becomes the source of their fear.

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