In November 2018, a pup was dropped at a vet’s office – she had maggots slithering over her face, paws, and tail, plus she had no front-legs.
Undoubtedly, whoever abandoned her had thought she was a goner, but Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue from Georgia, heard about her and chose to give her a chance.
Usually, Mostly Mutts Gets Foster Homes For Their Pets, But When The Executive Director Of Mostly Mutts, Tammy Turley, Saw The Puppy, It Was Love At First Sight, And She Adopted Her!
Tammy had experience with disabled dogs but was at a loss for how to help the pup. Anywho, she named her Gracie and tried to increase her movements.
And though custom wheelchair was an option, only after Gracie has fully grown.
That’s When Dylan, A Twelve-Year-Old Lad, Volunteered Of Using Legos To Make A Lego Wheelchair:
And by the way, the idea was a success, which is pretty darn brilliant!
Dylan, Using Some Bricks And Wheels, Mixing His Imagination And Creativity, Made Gracie The Cutest Mobility Aid Ever, Aka Lego Wheelchair:
And since it’s made of legos, as Gracie grew, the base was widened by adding new blocks to extend her chair with her.
Plus, after some initial hesitancy, Gracie was controlling the lego wheelchair around everywhere.
A Year Later, The Pup Someone Once Left To Fall, Was Presented Her Personal Adult Wheelchair!
Even off-wheels, Gracie can actually move!
Gracie’s story is such an incredible transformation and an excellent example of how a little help and imagination can change the life of an animal in need.