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This Baby Goat in a Wheelchair Will Remind You Why Life Is Precious

Say "awwww"

Meet Frostie, a baby snow goat that can’t use its limbs because of a debilitating infection called joint naval ill, according to a video uploaded this week by Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary, an Australian non-profit that cares for more than 250 rescued animals. Using a wheelchair, Frostie can now freely move towards friendly strangers to sniff their noses, back away from them when they try to pet him, and nibble grass.

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