Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

This Arabian Mare Goes For A Stroll Around Town By Herself Every Morning.

Go out for a walk, and you’ll see one or two owners walking their dogs down the street. You’ll find plenty of them at the park, too. But you’d never expect to find a horse walking herself without supervision, would you? Well, for the residents of Frankfurt’s Fechenheim district, this is totally normal. However, there are some pedestrians who worry about having an Arabian mare roaming around town every morning. But so far, the gorgeous white steed has been the perfect citizen and hasn’t caused any problems. However, this hasn’t stopped people from criticizing the mare’s morning stroll routine.

This beautiful creature's name is Jenny, and she’s a gorgeous Arabian mare who loves to take morning strolls all on her own.

She’s required to wear a card that says: "I'm called Jenny, not a runaway, just taking a walk. Thanks." But this hasn’t eased the minds of the pedestrians lucky enough to encounter the beautiful steed. Just ask any cop.

This beautiful creature's name is Jenny, and she’s a gorgeous Arabian mare who loves to take morning strolls all on her own.

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For over a decade, cops have responded to calls from pedestrians worried about Jenny’s presence.

"When someone calls in, the police ask me: 'Werner, do you know where Jenny is?' Yes, I say. 'Ok, then everything is in order,'" Jenny's owner, Werner Weischedel, explained to a news show called Maintower.

For over a decade, cops have responded to calls from pedestrians worried about Jenny’s presence.

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The police have assured everyone that Jenny is harmless and everyone should leave her alone.

Police spokesperson Isabell Neumann told German news agency DPA: "We've never had to do anything before." But some citizens have taken to social media to criticize Jenny’s strolls around town every day. Apparently, not everyone is on board with her adorable morning strolls. But do they have a point?

The police have assured everyone that Jenny is harmless and everyone should leave her alone.

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People have gone online and accused Weischedel of being negligent and they’re worried for the horse.

Folks feel that the streets are way too chaotic which could cause Jenny to injure others or herself. But the horse veterinarians union assured DPA that Jenny has been strolling down the same streets for 14 years. So clearly, she's gotten used to the chaos of the streets.

People have gone online and accused Weischedel of being negligent and they’re worried for the horse.

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