Blog posts tagged in disabled pets

Hit TV Shows like Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan and Pit Bulls and Parolees taught us that just about any dog can be rehabilitated, no matter what circumstances they grew up in.

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WARNING: This post is will explode your heart. You may want to sit down for it.

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We LOVE this tiny little guy. His name is "Turbo Roo" because his owners thought he looked like a kangaroo when he stands up on his hind legs—his only legs. He was rescued as a puppy and has since been living a happy, healthy life without his front paws but with a lot of extra love, care, and special wheeled contraptions.

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When her 14-year-old toy poodle, Muffin, lost his sight due to cataracts, Silvie Bordeaux was devastated to see her blind baby become depressed and withdrawn because he was no longer safely able to move around the house.

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Is there anything more heartbreaking than seeing an animal struggle with disabilities? 

Luckily, the world is full of freaks for their pets, so nowadays "wheelchairs" for land animals like dogs, cats, pigs, and even goats have become commonplace.

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There's a lot going on in this video.

1. The white kitty, named Milla, is clicking like the aliens from Signs.
2. The ominous black cat in the background that prefers to sit with one eye open is opening and closing its mouth in a somewhat chilling way. Must be some Vulcan mind trick Milla's pulling.
3. And come to think of it, what the hell are they looking at?! IS THERE SOMETHING BEHIND YOU?!

The truth is that Milla is deaf, which can explain her interesting noises. But let's be honest. If at the end of the video Milla looks into camera and says in a human voice, "DO AS I SAY, MEAT SUIT SLAVE," you'll cower before the screen and await instructions – right? Now, are you ready to check out Milla and friends?

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Mad props to tiny Turbo’s humans for fitting him with an ingenious contraption that best can be described as big wheel pup-prosthetics. Now he can work out every day with two legs, two wheels, and a wagging tail!

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For a playful animal, there's nothing worse than not being able to run, jump, and frolic. These pictures prove that with the right equipment, impaired pets can move around with the best of them!

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