There is nothing worse than watching those you love the most suffer.
Marek, an inexperienced farmer, began to experience feelings of anxiety when his horse had an accident. For him, hopes were lost and he was slowly dying.
Marek Slodkowski had his farm in a rural area in Poland. One day when he was coming, he heard a cry.
Unfortunately, one of his horses named Freedom had left the stable and entered the garage. Her weight had broken through the wooden floorboards. She was now stuck, helpless, in a deep crate in his garage.
Marek first tried to fill the pit with hay, so that Freedom could be closer to the edge of the ground.
But the mare was simply too exhausted to get up on her own. Marek, deeply alarmed, called the local fire department, and soon a group of brave and compassionate firemen was on the scene.
Together, they placed fire hoses under the horse’s belly and tried to lift her. But their rescue attempts failed again and again.
Everyone was beginning to realize that time was running out. From her clear level of exhaustion, it was clear the mare had been stuck there for hours.
A distressed Marek watched as Freedom gradually began to lose more and more hope of ever escaping her terrible fate.
The farmer sat down next to his friend and tried to comfort her. “Everything will be fine,” he whispered, adding the heartbreaking words, “Don’t die, don’t die.”
Then something unexpected happened that made Marek burst into tears. Freedom found the strength to stand up on his first legs in a last-ditch effort.
The firemen quickly ran over to her, anxious to help support her final efforts after being stuck in the pit for a long and painful 12 hours.
Finally, the animal was saved. Apparently, he only needed motivation and it taught him an important lesson. We should never give up!