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WATCH: Frostie the Baby Goat Gets a Wheelchair

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Frostie is a baby goat who lost the use of his back legs due to a nasty infection. Luckily, Frostie now lives at Edgar’s Mission, an animal sanctuary in Victoria, Canada, where he is getting top notch TLC. One of his therapies include a specially-made wheeled cart to give Frostie mobility, which will help him flush the toxins out of his body.

The pictures of Frostie in his new wheels are outrageously adorable, but you must check out the video of this little guy in action. It will melt your heart!

PS. Edgar’s Mission is currently running a “Raise the Roof!” fundraising drive to purchase and outfit a new sanctuary. They are ever growing and need a larger space to care for more animals, like Frostie. Visit their website for more information.

Photo credit: Edgar’s Mission

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