Orphaned Foal Finds the Perfect Mother
The emotional complexity of horses is an amazing & profound thing.
Below is a photo of Zindita, a mare that was due to give birth. Unfortunately, her baby was upside-down inside the womb, and when the birth took place, things went terribly wrong.
Zindita survived, but the baby did not.
Clearly distraught, Zindita struggled to recover after the event.
Nearby, veterinarians had gone through a similar experience, a foal’s mother had died whilst giving birth. They saw an opportunity and introduced the pair to each other.
Zindita became immediately protective of the foal, as you can see in the photo below.
But would they bond enough to stay together?
The photo above was taken hours after their meeting.
The photo below shows them weeks later. The pair got along excellently. Zindita looks after the foal as if it were her own and both mother and child are happy and healthy.
READ MORE: Mother refuses to leave her sick foal.
6 of the strangest pop-up stores.
This pop-up store aimed to make the brand image a little more sophisticated and refined. The neat interior offered a place for people to test taste variations and relaxedly mingle.
2. H & M
To promote their new line of beach wear, clothing company H & M opened a pop-up store on the beach. This simple idea was a great, effective way of introducing a new line, and probably generated a huge amount of free publicity and word-of-mouth.
Aesop specialises in hand & facial creams. This elegant pop-up was made in collaboration with local artists, and featured a sand-sculpture that evolved over the duration of the pop-up.
4. Where The Wild Things Are.
To promote the release of the Where The Wild Things Are film adaptation, boutique items were created by artists inspired by the themes of the film. It was a great attempt to bridge the adult and child demographics that the film targeted.
5. Tron: Legacy.
Another film promotion with a completely different feel. Disney promoted their reboot of Tron with a futuristic pop-up store selling edgy, stylish clothes.
This playful but classic idea perfectly captured the spirit of the Adidas brand: a pop up store made to look like a shoe box.
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