Horse's Annoyed Reaction to Mom Getting Another Horse Is Priceless

Apparently even horses can feel jealousy.

Horse's Annoyed Reaction to Mom Getting Another Horse Is Priceless

Apparently even horses can feel jealousy.

Those who don't get to spend a lot of time around horses may not get to see their true personalities, but that's just one reason why TikTok is so great. Every person and animal can be a star! Equestrian @alyciacannell loves to feature her 3 Arabian horses in her videos (as well as her cat, dog, and child), and her followers just can't get enough.

In her latest popular video, Alycia shows how two of her horses don't quite get along. Let's just say her retired chestnut horse isn't so happy to see someone else taking over!

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Oh my goodness--what a sassy horse! We had to watch this interaction a few times to get the full picture, but oh boy, are we glad we did. The chestnut mare is not a happy camper!

"She's like 'YOU TOOK MY MOTHER HOW DARE YOU THAT'S MY HUMAN,'" wrote commenter @bwsbritesky. "Horses have so much personality I love it." It's definitely not difficult to figure out what they're thinking! From the head shakes to "the silent chomps" that @jkl_x pointed out, there are plenty of hints of this girl's annoyance. 

As funny as this moment is, we totally agree with @danyel395 who wrote, "better go love on her." Of course! As it turns out, though, she gets more than enough attention already.

"She got plenty of love after!" said Alycia. "It’s hilarious because she had no problems abandoning me to become my daughter’s horse but heaven forbid I spend time with someone else!" LOL--sounds exactly like a case of jealousy, if you ask us!

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