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Still Waters

The sand eating 2ft Shetland pony

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Still Waters

Henry was meant to be a miniature pony - but he was getting bigger and bigger by the minute.

The owners of the two-foot tall pony just couldn't figure out why he had become so bad-tempered, until they noticed his stomach was all bloated.

It wasn't the result of eating too much hay, however, that was causing the problem, but Henry's strange habit of swallowing sand.

http://www.dailymail...ating-sand.html

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Star of the Sea

Aw bless his little cotton socks! Glad people rallied round so that this little pony had an operation to get better :wub:

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Ashotep

I would love to have a little pony like that. Could keep it in the yard.

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Ryu

That is one cute pony. At first when I seen the headlines I thought a pit of sand was swallowing the poor thing.

Anyways it is nice to see the little guy recovering.

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schizoidwoman

Bless him!

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with bells on

poor little thing.. bless his heart and soul..

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Bling

Aw bless his little cotton socks! Glad people rallied round so that this little pony had an operation to get better :wub:

Yes I agree JIMO :yes:

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