Life was very unfair with Gracie, a one-year-old adorable puppy.
The little bipedal puppy got a second chance at life thanks to the kindness of a 12-year-old boy.
An inventive LEGO kid built a wheelchair for a hopeless dog to run and restored our faith in humanity with an inspiring story.
Life has been very unfair to Gracie, an adorable one year old puppy.
Born without front legs due to a birth defect, Gracie’s journey into this world already seemed impossible, but things were getting worse.
Unfortunately, when she was only a few weeks old, her human parents abandoned her, and the helpless puppy ended up in a shelter.
Despite everything, little Gracie overcame all obstacles. Always friendly and sweet, the puppy immediately fell in love with the owners of the shelter.
The Turley family of Kennesaw, Georgia fell in love with Gracie the moment they met her and decided to adopt her. These kind people already knew how to handle a puppy with special needs by adopting three-legged and paralyzed dogs.
However, they were a little concerned about how Gracie would walk without hurting herself.
Help came from a boy who volunteered at the shelter. As Grace continued to grow, she needed an adaptive wheelchair.
Thus, 12-year-old Dylan came up with an ingenious solution.
He built a very special LEGO wheelchair and it exceeded all expectations. Now Gracie has a chance to enjoy life like a normal puppy.