If you had seen me a year ago, when I first got here, I am sure you wouldn't have given me the noble name of Caesar. Due to a long period of neglect my eye was in bad shape and the staff here in the Society looked after me devotedly until I was fully recovered
Caesar was found wandering in the Sharon area, apparently abandoned by his owners. He reached the Society stables suffering from a wound under his left eye. Because the wound had been neglected an Aberonella (fly-worm maggots hatching ground) developed in the area.
Caesar was treated with antibiotics to heal the wound and prevent infection, while a special fly mask was put on her for a few weeks. In a short time the handsome Caesar was crowned Prince of the Stables. Thanks to his good-natured ways he gets on well with the donkeys and the other horses in the Society’s Guest House for Horses.
After a very long rehabilitation process Caesar found an adoptive home.