Goats Gets A Wheelchair

An injured goat is WHEELY happy after getting a fresh spring in its step thanks to a special wheelchair. Frostie the kid, who is just over a week old, was found in the wild cold, dehydrated and with swollen hind joints. He had contracted lice infestation which enters the body via the umbilical cord soon after birth. But after being taken to Edgars Mission – a non-profit Farm Sanctuary just outside of Melbourne, Australia, he was given a new lease of life.

An injured goat is WHEELY happy after getting a fresh spring in its step thanks to a special wheelchair. Frostie the kid, who is just over a week old, was found in the wild cold, dehydrated and with swollen hind joints. He had contracted lice infestation which enters the body via the umbilical cord soon after birth.   But after being taken to Edgars Mission - a non-profit Farm Sanctuary just outside of Melbourne, Australia, he was given a new lease of life.

An injured goat is WHEELY happy after getting a fresh spring in its step thanks to a special wheelchair. Frostie the kid, who is just over a week old, was found in the wild cold, dehydrated and with swollen hind joints. He had contracted lice infestation which enters the body via the umbilical cord soon after birth.   But after being taken to Edgars Mission - a non-profit Farm Sanctuary just outside of Melbourne, Australia, he was given a new lease of life.

An injured goat is WHEELY happy after getting a fresh spring in its step thanks to a special wheelchair. Frostie the kid, who is just over a week old, was found in the wild cold, dehydrated and with swollen hind joints. He had contracted lice infestation which enters the body via the umbilical cord soon after birth.   But after being taken to Edgars Mission - a non-profit Farm Sanctuary just outside of Melbourne, Australia, he was given a new lease of life.

An injured goat is WHEELY happy after getting a fresh spring in its step thanks to a special wheelchair. Frostie the kid, who is just over a week old, was found in the wild cold, dehydrated and with swollen hind joints. He had contracted lice infestation which enters the body via the umbilical cord soon after birth.   But after being taken to Edgars Mission - a non-profit Farm Sanctuary just outside of Melbourne, Australia, he was given a new lease of life.