I love animals. Especially the cute ones. I particularly love dogs, ponies, and manatees, so when I saw a news piece about a horse the size of a puppy, my heart melted.

This is Thumbelina, who was certified by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s smallest horse at 17″ tall. The piece I saw was in April 2010 when 14″ Einstein came along.

I seriously cannot handle the cuteness of these two animals.

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7 Responses to “Silly Sunday (6) – The World’s Smallest Horse”

  1. Aylee says:

    Aw, cute. How cool would it have been to have lived in the Eocene Epoch 50 million years ago when horses first evolved and they were all this size!

  2. Small Review says:

    Aw! So cute and little!

  3. Patricia Lynne says:

    So cute! My friend breeds mini-horses and they are the cutest little buggers when they're born.

  4. Jenni Elyse says:

    I loved how wobbly Einstein was and when he scratched himself like a cat/dog. So cute!

  5. Logan E. Turner says:

    Aylee you are cracking me up!!! I think I'd want at least some of them big enough so I could ride them. 😉

  6. Carrie at In the Hammock Blog says:

    i've seen the einstein video before and I love it!! thanks for posting them!

  7. Stephanie says:

    I.AM.DYING.FROM.THE.CUTE. I would love one! 😀


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