Frostie is an adorable baby goat who had the misfortune to be born with a disease which rendered his hind legs unusable. His caretakers at the nonprofit farm animal sanctuary Edgar’s Mission gave him antibiotics and painkillers, but Frostie needed to move around so that the disease’s toxins could be flushed out of his body.
It was at this point that a tiny cart was fastened to Frostie’s body, which allowed him to move around, even without the use of his hind legs. As you will see in the images and video that follow, that cart changed everything. Following the first timid steps, Frostie quickly began running and leaping about as healthy baby goats do. Great job, Edgar’s Mission!
Source: Edgar’s Mission.
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