Seeing the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty To Animals in Action
This video is shot in a way that is reminiscent of a documentary. People can really see things from the perspective of the animal rescuers themselves, making it that much easier to imagine oneself in their place. The workers travel to an open field, where an injured horse and foal are resting as if they’re waiting for someone to help them.
Viewers will see a rescue worker in action, and the injured horse appears to be doing much better by the end of the video, making the video a triumph for everyone involved. The large open fields and the gray skies of the video give it something of a foreboding feel, which can heighten the dramatic effect somewhat. The video is largely soundless as well, which makes it feel both spookier and more real. Many people on Facebook would find this video both positive and inspiring, and it would particularly appeal to people who really like horses.