An animal welfare charity in the North-east is appealing for people to adopt a horse.
The Scottish SPCA has launched a bid to find a new home for 14-year-old Cob cross Beauty, who is currently living in Aberdeenshire.
Standing at 14.1 hands high she handles well and leads without any issues, according to the charity.
Used to mixing with both mares and geldings, the centre hopes the latest equine to be up for adoption will be able to find a new home.
Centre manager Graeme Innes said: “Beauty is a little shy and can be nervous with new experiences and sudden movements.
“She is looking for an experienced and knowledgeable owner who can bring out the best in her.
“She is a brilliant horse who handles well and leads without any issues and she’s happy to live out providing she is rugged and has plenty of hay.
“If anyone would like to meet Beauty they should pop along to the centre any day – except Tuesday – between 10am and 4pm.”
Anyone who can offer Beauty a new home is asked to contact the Drumoak centre on 03000 999 999.