RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a pony was found with a severely injured hind leg in Cardiff.
The pony, who was around two years old, was found in a field off Coal Pit Lane, Castleton, in Newport, on 12 July.
The pony had a serious injury on his right hind leg which was infested with maggots.
He was not microchipped, so the RSPCA were unable trace the owner.
Due to his severe injury an independent vet was immediately called for assistance.
Sadly due to the severity of his injury and associated pain, the vet made the decision that he needed to be put to sleep on welfare grounds.
It is unknown whether the pony was abandoned or fly-grazing.
Anyone who may have information about this pony should contact the RSPCA.
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