Sometimes there is no explanation for human cruelty. Faith a young, chestnut horse is a victim of human cruelty. Faith's owner got her without wish to care for her. She was stuck in the backyard in a dog pen that was 12 ft by 12 ft in size. She was never allowed out. She was not fed properly. This person also abused her so she now does not trust people. Soon Faith was so thin that you could see her ribs and hip bones.
Fortunately, a neighbor noticed Faith. At first a neighbor gave $50 to the owner to take the horse. But soon she realized that she cannot afford to feed the animal. So she did the right thing. She contacted Hope Equine Rescue and they came to take Faith.
When she first arrived Faith was weak and starved. She also did not trust humans. Since she came to the farm, she has been fed a special diet, sometimes four times a day so that she would get stronger. She has been gaining weight steadily. Hope Equine Rescue also provided Faith with medical care she needed to become healthy. And, most importantly, they provided her with love. People now spend time with this beautiful horse and she is becoming more used to people.
Rescuers hope that Faith will be adopted to a loving home. She is a beautiful horse that can be used for riding and jumping. However, Faith still has issues trusting people. At this time she needs a person who is familiar with horses and can handle her. People at the rescue farm believe that Faith in time will come to trust people and make a good horse. Faith is available for adoption but only to those who can train her or send her to experienced trainer.