CTVNews.ca Staff, with CTV files by Edmonton Nahreman Issa
Published on Thursday, December 27, 2018 at 8:00 pm EST.
Three months after the horse Molly Clydesdale mysteriously disappeared from the pen on a farm in Evansburg, Alta, near Edmonton, the animal also mysteriously appeared in the house of a neighbor on Christmas Eve.
“We were on our way to Calgary to see my daughter at Christmas, and a neighbor called, and she screamed her eyes and said,“ You have to go back – there’s something in the yard that you need to see, ”says Molly. the owner, Cindy Thomas, told CTV Edmonton. "I did not think I would see her again."
However, where the six-year-old horse went missing in September remains a mystery.
“Maybe someone saw her and fell in love with her,” said Thomas. “She is in good shape. Someone had it, I'm sure … It was cleaned. She was well-groomed. She has marks of a halter on her head, from where, perhaps, the halter was a little smaller.
Initially, Thomas was afraid that Molly was stolen for sale for meat. Thomas’s subsequent posts on Facebook about the missing animal were distributed thousands of times, and GoFundMe’s fundraising campaign earned more than $ 1,200 in donations before these funds were returned six weeks ago, when Thomas accepted the fact that Molly was gone forever and ever ,
“If only she knew how many people are looking for her and how many people want her to come home,” said Thomas.
The reunion between the horse and the owner was equal and joyful for Thomas. She calls Molly's return on Christmas Eve "the best gift."
“I think she almost wants to break away from me,” said Thomas about his love for the horse after the reunion. "She's like:" You just need to give me some personal space. "