Horses are such majestic animals, born to gallop and run free. But sadly, not all of them can – like one miniature horse who was born with a disability that prevented him from using his rear legs.
The horse was unable to use its hind legs, and it was unable to walk normally. Nevertheless, kind individuals made every effort to assist Turbo.
The horse was taken for treatment on the road to the Refge Farm Sanctuary in North Haven, Connecticut. Co-founder Megán Pereira, a mixed-animal vet tech, is what gave the nonprofit the idea to prevent the ethnization of feral animals. So, when he learned about Turbo, he couldn’t help but be interested.
An organization called Walkin’ Pets that specializes in providing mobility aids to injured and disabled animals intervened as well.
The finest thing that could have happened to Turbo was that they gave him a wheelchair. The little horse began to walk, run, and gallop in addition to walking.
Another example of how people may alter an animal’s fate is provided by this narrative.
Watch Turbo take his first happy steps in his wheelchair in the video below: