A grandma was “very shocked” to find a equine in her back garden after the girl 13-year-old granddaughter ordered it from the web.
The teenager noticed an advert online that said when nobody wanted the animal, it would be offer sleep, the RSPCA said.
Giving her grandmother’s deal with in Stoke-on-Trent, the horse has been later left in her backyard.
The animal welfare charitable organization said the horse, named Mister Melvin Andrews, was underweight plus covered in mites.
Charlotte Melvin, from the charity, said a man left the horse at the house upon Ford Green Road with “no words of advice” on twenty-seven April, “leaving a very shocked nan”.
She said Mister Melvin Andrews “clearly was not taken care of well before being abandoned” and the prior owner has not been found.
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He is now in the care of equine charity, World Horse Welfare.
The RSPCA has become a huge hit for any information about Mr Melvin Andrews’s previous home.