But her mum is worried about her kids being taken into care.' One of his friends said: 'They are a very quiet couple. She might act a bit older than she is, but with already having one kid to bring up that's because she has no choice.' Yesterday the girl's mother would not discuss the situation.
They don't go out to pubs or clubs or anything like that. It's a longstanding relationship, he has been going out with her for at least a year. Asked about her daughter's predicament she replied: 'So, what am I supposed to do about it?
Redwings Horse Sanctuary, near Hapton, responded to an urgent call for help from the RSPCA to rescue more than 100 horses and donkeys in need at Spindle Farm, in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, in January 2008.
The animals were discovered covered in lice and suffering from overgrown feet.
He claims he will stand by her and help bring up both babies.
But for the time being at least, the family will have to rely on welfare payments.
It initially took 21 of the illest and vulnerable equines back to its Horse Hospital at its Norfolk headquarters for immediate treatment.
From then, the charity offered a safe home to 60 horses and donkeys from Spindle Farm, as well as six foals born to rescued mares.“I remember seeing the horses and donkeys as they arrived at Redwings and it wasn’t just their appalling physical state that shocked me, but their eerie quietness and sheer sadness.” Supporters will be able to purchase exclusive gifts inspired by the Amersham survivors, contribute to a charitable art sale, attend a memorial service and attend meet and greets with some of the horses and donkeys at the centre.Ms Cutress added: “The rescue saw colleagues from various animal welfare organisations, including Blue Cross, Horse Trust, RSPCA and World Horse Welfare, unite, inspiring numerous multi-agency operations thereafter.'Britain has unacceptably high rates of school-age pregnancy compared to the rest of Europe.But now a Norfolk animal sanctuary is marking the role it played in helping to save a number of horses found living in horrific conditions.'Most people around here are decent and hard- working and wouldn't let their kid get into this sort of mess.' Local Labour MP Denis Mac Shane called for better sex education in schools to prevent more such cases arising.