One wouldn’t typically anticipate discovering an unexpected horse within the confines of their own residence.
However, this astonishing discovery was made by Doug Renoe, a resident of Dunedin, New Zealand, within his own home.
The unfamiliar horse entered his living room unexpectedly and made itself comfortable as if it belonged there, as if it had been a permanent resident from the start.
However relaxed the horse appeared, Dave was confident that he would have recollected having a horse as a roommate.
Dave quickly posted on Facebook, asking if anyone in the vicinity was in search of a lost horse.
“Has someone in the Highcliff vicinity lost a horse? This particular horse has entered my home, consumed a significant portion of my dinner, and devoured my wife’s garden-grown carrots.” “We will retain her as our own if she is not claimed.”
It appears that a horse was actually missing, as it transpires.
Upon receiving information that his horse Sharq had chosen to reside with an unfamiliar gentleman, Ben Telfer-Hynes felt a sense of relief in knowing that his beloved horse was in good condition.
Nevertheless, he was determined not to allow her to readily move in with an unfamiliar man, therefore he decided to visit Renoe’s residence to retrieve the horse and bring it back to its original location.
Sharq acknowledged that her journey had come to an end and dutifully trailed after her owner back to their house.
According to Telfer-Hynes, Sharq is accustomed to living indoors, which is why she believes it is completely normal for him to roam inside.
We sincerely hope that Sharq had a similarly enjoyable experience during her small adventure just as much as we have relished in listening to her stories about it!