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lucidnirvana:

bvddhist:

Organic ☼ // Spiritual ☯ // Hippie ☮

peace and positivity here
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fightingforanimals:

Hero the calf gets his legs back - and inspires children the world over with disabilities.
When former veterinary technician and retired truck driver Kitty Martin first met Hero the calf on a Virginia farm last spring, his hind legs were so damaged by frostbite that he had to have them both amputated. But if he were to survive after being rescued and taken to his new home with Martin in Texas, he would need some form of mobility.
The new legs are made from hard-wearing titanium with urethane hooves, with connecting components made out of titanium and carbon fibre, and sockets made of carbon fibre and acrylic resin. They are also adjustable in both width and height, so Hero can continue to wear them for some time to come — hopefully until they wear out.
Martin, meanwhile, hopes Hero will have a bright future as a therapy animal for wounded veterans and children with disabilities.
"There’s nothing he can’t do," she said. "He’s already doing things they said he’d never be able to do."
He lives at Selah Range All Animal Rescue, where he will be safe and loved forever. He has two documentaries and is even bringing out a book to inspire children with disabilities <3
fightingforanimals:

Hero the calf gets his legs back - and inspires children the world over with disabilities.
When former veterinary technician and retired truck driver Kitty Martin first met Hero the calf on a Virginia farm last spring, his hind legs were so damaged by frostbite that he had to have them both amputated. But if he were to survive after being rescued and taken to his new home with Martin in Texas, he would need some form of mobility.
The new legs are made from hard-wearing titanium with urethane hooves, with connecting components made out of titanium and carbon fibre, and sockets made of carbon fibre and acrylic resin. They are also adjustable in both width and height, so Hero can continue to wear them for some time to come — hopefully until they wear out.
Martin, meanwhile, hopes Hero will have a bright future as a therapy animal for wounded veterans and children with disabilities.
"There’s nothing he can’t do," she said. "He’s already doing things they said he’d never be able to do."
He lives at Selah Range All Animal Rescue, where he will be safe and loved forever. He has two documentaries and is even bringing out a book to inspire children with disabilities <3
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