When an injured child raccoon was dropped at Arkansas wildlife rehabilitation specialist Susan Curtis, the little mammal was in unhealthy form.
A traumatic mind damage had left the younger critter, dubbed Vittles, unable to steadiness or assist herself on all fours.
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Curtis labored with animal wheelchair specialist Walkin’ Pets to assist resolve Vittles’ mobility points.
“Though Vittles isn’t anticipated to ever make a full restoration, attributable to early intervention and the assistance of her brand-new wheelchair there’s hope,” Walkin’ Pets mentioned in a weblog put up. “With the assist of her raccoon wheelchair, she is going to start to develop the muscle tissue wanted to stabilize her physique and work to construct up her core assist.”
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A video exhibits Vittles utilizing the wheelchair to gingerly make her method round a room.
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