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Frostie the Snow Goat Learns to Walk


Are you ready for your daily dose of cute? Because you’re about to get it from Frostie the Snow Goat. Born with a life-threatening infection that renders his hind legs unusable, Frostie is slowly learning to walk with the help of a kid (that’s baby goat) -sized wheel cart. His caretakers at Australia’s Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary hope his newfound mobility will help flush the toxins from his system and allow him to beat his infection. For now, feel free to squeal over the cuteness of Frostie learning to use the wheel cart for the first time.

The sanctuary’s hope is that by getting mobile, Frostie can flush the toxins out of his system and beat the infection. The cart is a loaner from one of their other rehabilitated animals, Leon Trotsky the pig, who is also extremely adorable.

Read more on Gawker

Photo by Edgar’s Mission 

Becca Haley-Park

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Rebecca Haley-Park is an assistant editor for culture: the word on cheese, and is responsible for all the delicious content on our Facebook page and Twitter feed. When not writing for the magazine you can find her creating cocktail recipes and pairing them with cheese.

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