Horses care for their offspring like any other mammal. They love and nurture it until it can walk and even then they have a connection with that horse. Baby horses also suckle from their mother as a baby human would with a mom.
Asked in Frogs, Cat Breeding and Mating
Do frogs or cats care for their offspring the most?
Cats care for their offspring far more than frogs do. Frogs do not care for their offspring at all. Cats, being mammals, feed their offspring milk, and take care of them while they are kittens. ...
Asked in Care of Horses
When a horse has intercourse with a different kind of a horse will there be an offspring?
as long as they get together and as long as they are both horses, yes, there will be offspring. ...
Asked in Genetics
How long after birth do parents care for offspring?
Humans take care of their offspring generally till they are 18. But in some cultures it's as soon as they can marry them off, or they never stop fully taking care of the offspring till the parent themselves die. ...
Asked in Donkeys and Mules
Why are horses and donkeys considered different species even though they can produce offspring?
Horses and donkeys can reproduce offspring because there they are so closely related they are scientifically classified in the same kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, and genus. Their offspring will often be infertile though. ...