Jonell of Mockingbird Animal Farm Sanctuary told GeoBeats Animals, “I don’t think she had seen other people, let alone other animals, in at least ten years.” Those mistreated or abandoned farm animals are taken up by Mockingbird Animal Farm Sanctuary.
Previously, her elderly owner had a herd of horses, but they had all passed away or been sold, leaving Gidget as the lone remaining equine on his property.
Gidget was saved by Mockingbird Animal Farm Sanctuary from this lonely existence. When they reached her, they discovered her alone herself in the cellar of the barn. To reach her, the rescuers had to clear vegetation.
When Jonell got to her new house, she stated her eyes lighted up and she was overjoyed to be there. Who Gidget would hang out with at the farm was a mystery to the employees.
Then they witnessed the odd connection between Peggy, another horse they had adopted from the Humane Society, and Gidget grow.
Every time they left their own stalls, Gidget and Peggy would come face to face. The two horses frequently ventured outside and ran beside one another.
Jonell had anticipated that Gidget would seek camaraderie with other horses who were similar to her, therefore Peggy, a little horse, came as a surprise to her. Jonell claimed that Gidget would always purr when she was close to Peg, who was also alone. The friendship between the two horses would eventually give rise to a short story about them. Jonell and Peggy made sure Gidget received the finest possible finale despite the fact that she was towards the end of her life.