The horse began to step on the coffin when the lid broke. Everyone heard some crying. This horse began to step on the coffin and when the lid broke, everyone around was shocking to hear some crying animals are so incredible that we humans do not give them enough.
Credit for how awesome they are one of their most severely underrated attributes is their ability to form such powerful bonds with humans that they become so connected. It’s sad that some animals are so in tune with their surroundings, nature and humans that they can feel the aura of living things around them and that they can even tell when a person has already passed on before anyone else knows.
This is the story of a horse on a small town Farm in Norway, a 65 year old Farm owner Named Sam, lived on his large farm and his loving family. Ever since he was a kid, Sam had grown up around animals, his father and mother were Avid animal lovers, who reared cattle raised horses and had numerous domestic pets in their home. Sam grew up, knowing how to earn and respect an animal’s Trust. For some reason, animals seem to gravitate towards Sam of all the animals. Sam grew up watching his parents.
Care for horses were undoubtedly his favorite Sam would wake up before anyone else in his home and rush to the Stables where he would dutifully brush their coats and their luscious manes and feed them. The horses loved Sam dearly and would neigh an excitement whenever he came to the stable. It wasn’t surprising that he inherited their farm and traditions. When Sam’s parents became old and passed on. Sam didn’t only rear the healthy and easily marketable animals, though he especially went out.
Looking for the so-called broken ones that no one seemed to want, he had saved so many farm animals lined up to be put to sleep for one reason or another. Sam had many horses on his farm enough that it looked like an incredible sea of glossy coats when they were all outside. The farmer had always been so fascinated by these majestic creatures. He saw a hidden Beauty in everything they did when Sam was 48. He crossed paths with a special horse.
He was out selling horse feed when he overheard his client talking about putting down a young horse immediately after hearing those words Sam ran to the horse, feed buyer asked him to elaborate on the situation with the mother and foe. The buyer said that the horse had given birth to the young Foe and was very sick and had likely passed on. However, it was to her Offspring. According to the buyer, the newborn horse was so sickly and the birth was so traumatic that its mother died within an hour. There is nothing to do for the phone, it was skinny, it could barely see and would likely die.
In a few days, the buyer went on to say that it was burning a hole in his pocket having to cater to the young thing and they still couldn’t figure out what was wrong with it. Sam’S heart immediately broke for the poor thing and he asked to see it when he visited the farm. His heart melted. He laid eyes on the foal there. It was as skinny as they said, with the saddest luck in its eyes.
Sam was so upset with the owners for clearly not caring for this animal because of the conditions surrounding its birth. They hadn’t even given it a chance to live yet, and they were already considering putting it down Sam asked. Did they sell the young to him much to their surprise, the other Farm owner looked at Sam, like he had suddenly grown a second head and they asked why he would want to do that. Don’T you see how pathetic and weak it looks? The owner asked, there’s nothing you can do with this and it likely Won’t.
Last a month alive, he warned Sam was adamant but didn’t care. What the other man had to say fall was coming home with him. Eventually, the owner agreed, he didn’t put up much of a fight anyway, but warned that Sam had better, not return asking for his money back when the young horse eventually died. Sam agreed and they quickly brought out the young horse from the farm, which lay with a sad look on his face. They looked up the horse on Sam’s truck and soon they were on their way to Sam’s Farm just on the outskirts of the town.
The first thing Sam did was call a vet to look at the full, even though he knew about taking care of them. It was clear that the poor thing would need medical help. The veterinarian asked that Sam bring the foal to his Vet Center several miles away from his farm outside the town. Sam was determined to help the fall survive. It didn’t matter what the vet was far away.
He drove his truck to the veterinarian, where they would find some answers to his questions. After looking at the horse and running a few tests, he sighed deeply. The poor horse would likely not make it to adulthood. In fact, it would be surprising if it made it past a few months and by a miracle, maybe even a year or two, with careful attention and patience. Sam said, he was prepared to pay as much patience attention to the phone as he could, no matter how short they said, his life would be.
Passionate Farm owner worked hard to make the phone comfortable and happy Sam named the horse. Lord, although the vet said it would take a miracle for Lord to live a year or two the first year passed, then the second, the third, the fourth and the fifth. Just after five years, Lord had shocked everyone who knew his story that feeble sickly little foal had grown into a stunning, Majestic Steed. He was strong and fast and energetic and super playful. He was so attached to Sam that the farm owners help and his family joke that the horse probably thought Sam was his real dad.
The horse followed Sam everywhere, staring at him with love in his eyes, Sam liked to joke that he cared for Lord so hard that the horse had no choice but to stay alive and healthy. Unfortunately, Sam became very sick a few years after he had become so sick that he couldn’t tend to the animals on the farm, as well as before. His wife and kids took up the job while he supervised and did a little. He could. Of course, Lord was not like the rest of the animals on the farm.
He had intelligent eyes and a beautiful soul that anyone could see in the evenings. When Sam sat on the front porch of his home, Lord would Trot gently to the house there and would say beside Sam and spend time with him. They started doing this in the mornings and evenings. Unfortunately, Sam had a heart attack while he was in his garden. Although his family acted quickly enough, there was nothing they could do in time to save Sam in their small town.
So Sam lay in his bed unresponsive. The family realized that he had passed on according to their region. They began burial rights and carefully washed Sam. They wrapped him in befitting burial clothes and put him in a wooden coffin to be taken to the burial site on his farm. Everyone was shocked when they heard the name from afar, as they made way to the burial site.
The farmhands were chasing after none other than Lord. They had tried to lock him in his Stables, but the large horse was so powerful that he kicked down the doors. The Steed was fast and unrelenting as he chased after the crowd. Sam was a well-loved man, so many crying people were present at the burial site at the site of the large powerful horse charging toward them. They all scattered and moved away from where the coffin lay by the grave.
When Lord got to the coffin, he started aggressively. Stepping on it, although they knew the horse, wasn’t trying to be Sinister, and it was sad about Sam’s passing. They also knew it was hard to stop it’s just when they could use a catch rope around Lord. The horse kicked off the coffin’s lid. It stopped stepping on it and started sniffing.
Instead, everyone was stunned by what was going on and after a few seconds of Silence, they heard crying from inside the coffin from inside the coffin Sam exclaimed and shut up from where he lay everyone instantly screamed in fear and ran away. Sam’S family and the few friends that stuck around stared in shock as Sam exclaimed that he had almost been buried alive, although they were scared, Sam’s, family members and friends were moved to tears.
They thought it was a miracle and that somehow Lord had known that his owner was not truly dead. An expert Doctor Who heard of this case said that, although Sam’s story was incredible, it was most likely not a miracle. He had probably experienced something called catalepsi, a medical condition that mimics death loss of sensitivity, Vital Signs Consciousness and with rigidity of the body.
Although rare cases like this have happened, thanks to the incredible bonds that caller and saline shared, he detected that his owner was still alive and prevented him from being buried alive. Who would have thought that the weak sickly fall from those years ago would be the one to save him from a sad ending? This wasn’t the first time that the horse showed a great. There are some animals that everyone is ready to give up on and it takes a special person to come along and make a breakthrough. Sometimes all it takes is some patience and love to really make a difference in an animal’s life and they’ll.
Remember it forever! That’s what one virtual True Story shows the story of the beautiful bond between a man and a horse that lasted till the very end. The story comes from Janet grapper house, a midwife from West Virginia, who recalled how her father brought home a young and vicious Stallion named major was still wild, as his previous owners were unable to break him, though they tried to with harsh techniques, including beatings and Leaving him tied to a post without food or water for four weeks when Dad brought him home, he barreled through five strands of fence within minutes of arriving and he’d bite and strike at anyone within distance Janna wrote but Janna’s father refused to break major instead. Taking the time to earn the horse’s trust, it was a method that others doubted. Janna says her mother thought the horse was going to kill him and nicknamed the horse major deal, the father was dedicated to the horse.
My dad never broke him. He earned his heart. Jenna wrote every single day for hours and hours dad worked to earn that abuse toward his trust. It took two years of hard work, but it finally paid off major finally trusted his owner enough to let him ride Against All Odds. The Wild Horse was finally tamed, but it was more than that.
There was a real love between the man and his horse. When Dad would go out, major would kiss him on the head. Over and over Jenna wrote. They had a bond that only horse people could ever understand. Sadly, Jenna’s father recently passed away and as his family and friends gathered to mourn at his funeral, so did his beloved horse.
It seemed only fitting to let Majors say goodbye, Jenna, wrote and in a beautiful moment, major approached the casket and said goodbye with a last kiss. The beautiful story has since gone viral on social media, with over 166 000 shares on Facebook. It’S a story that shows the power of love and patience and how we can form real, loving bonds with animals. Love won out in the end Jenna writes, while not all horses bond with their human owners, those that do they certainly grieve for their missing humans. On the other hand, I’d say that horses more often grieve for a buddy horse horses, often bond with another horse, and should a horse lose their friend.
That horse will grieve. I’Ve seen it once, though, when I was unable to visit my mayor for a month or so when I finally appeared that horse definitely had missed me. She greeted me in kind of a frantic way licking and chewing nuzzling and even used her head to pull me in close by my shoulder. I was actually very surprised. My mayor had never been much of a physically affectionate horse, though many are with their owners.
She doesn’t like being petted or scratched and has never enjoyed being brushed, while I’d say that most horses do enjoy these things she’s now 30 years old, and I brought her home just shy of her fifth birthday she’s. My first only and last horse we’ve grown old together, the two different species have very different digestive tract, which process their food differently, while horses have a very long distance track, it’s a one-way Highway in one end and out the other, no backing up to be re-chewed. Only one stomach and they’re less efficient at extracting nutrients from their food than cows are horse. Manure has more visible identifiable bits of foodstuffs in it than cow poop. This kind heart made my day horses hold a truly special place in our hearts.
One cowboy named Kevin Adkins from Kansas has spent every day with his horse Vic for nearly two decades, with the pairs sharing, a close relationship. Atkins and Vic had an incredible Bond, sharing both the good times and the bad times. Despite receiving a cancer diagnosis, Adkins was able to still spend time with his beloved Vic. However, his illness soon led him to the hospital where he was no longer able to visit his best friend every day. Fortunately, the Cowboys daughter made her father’s dying wish come true.
As he was able to see Vic one last time in an emotional reunion, Atkins brought Vic nearly 20 years ago from D J Ranch and the pair were inseparable from day one no matter the day. Atkins always made time for his trusty Steed from writing to Simply spending time with each other. The duo had a strong friendship for as long as he could Atkins was determined to not let cancer get in the way of spending time at the barn. Even when he couldn’t spend time in the saddle, the 55 year old would still visit his 27 year old horse. Unfortunately, as his cancer progressed, he was admitted to the hospital and went weeks without seeing Vic, while in the hospital the cowboy expressed a desire to see his faithful companion One Last Time.
Luckily, his daughter Delaney was able to arrange an ambulance to take her father to see Vic in a touching reunion. Adkins spent some Precious Moments with his cherished Vic in the emotional video taken by his daughter. Adkins can be seen happily smiling, as he spends time with Vic right by the side of his stretcher. After sharing many years together, the two friends said their final goodbyes. Sadly, Atkins passed away the next day after a three year, long battle with cancer Vic served as an honorary pallbearer at his funeral during their time together.
The pair had an amazing relationship that showcased the incredible bond between man and horse in his memory, the Kevin B Atkins Cowboy Relief Fund was set up to help other families in need in the cowboy community. Even with this dying woman, one sweet woman fought a hard battle with cancer when she was suddenly hospitalized. She knew that she was reaching the end of a road so 77 year old, Sheila Marsh, set out to say her goodbyes, but outside of friends and family. She had some furry lifelong friends that she’d longed to see just one more time during her last days, Sheila wanted to see her beloved horse bronman, so the hospital staff made arrangements for their sweet reunion, Bronwyn was brought to the hospital’s parking lot and Sheila was wheeled Out in her hospital bed to say goodbye to her horsey, she had a really special relationship with Bronwyn Sheila’s daughter Tina said she had her for about 18 or 19 years from bronwing being seven. It was also so touching for us all.
It meant a lot to us. Sheila didn’t have much time left in her, but that didn’t stop her from mustering up a few words for her. Dear Pat, it took a lot for Mom to talk on her last day, but clearly called brenwyn’s name and asked for a kiss Bronwyn responded to Sheila and the two communicated in their own special way. The horse bent down tenderly and kissed her on the cheek, as they said their last goodbyes nurse Gail Taylor, said the hospital staff was extremely moved by Sheila and bronwyn’s connection. It made all of their efforts worthwhile to witness such a heartfelt moment.
I’M really pleased to have been able to facilitate the visit from Mrs Marsh’s horse Pauline law, director of nursing said this was obviously extremely important to her and her family and we feel privileged to have been able to provide this support at this crucial stage of her Care this heartwarming story: how did this beautiful story about an incredible relationship between horse and owner make you feel?