Appaloosa Horse Rescued From Bathtub By Firefighters!
Bath’s are meant to be a relaxing experience, but that wasn’t the case for Phantom, a 30-year-old Palomino Appaloosa. Phantom fell and became wedged inside a bathtub, which was being used as a feeding trough, while she danced around her stall in Orangeville Sacramento, and had to be rescued by firefighters.
When Phantom’s owners discovered her, one of the horses owners called the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District, who were confused by the call and phoned back moments later to double check, saying “your husband can’t get out of the bathtub?”, to which the owner replied “No, it’s my horse.”
It took the rescuers over 20 minutes to safely remove the Palomino Appaloosa from the bathtub, and luckily Phantom was unharmed. Phantom’s owners have hinted they will “have to get one of those old folks tubs that has the door on it.”
It’s a good thing Phantom didn’t fall asleep, because in Budds Creek, Maryland that would have been illegal.
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