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  • Injured baby goose gets homemade wheelchair

    PJ is a baby goose with previously untreated spray leg. He was found living in his own feces and was rescued by a good Samaritan who transferred him to Carolina Waterfowl Rescue two weeks later where he was placed into a homemade wheelchair. The wheelchair supports him as his legs are held together with tape to set them and allow him to properly heal.

PJ is a baby goose with previously untreated spray leg. He was found living in his own feces and was rescued by a good Samaritan who transferred him to Carolina Waterfowl Rescue two weeks later where he was placed into a homemade wheelchair. The wheelchair supports him as his legs are held together with tape to set them and allow him to properly heal. Alex Kormann The Charlotte Observer
PJ is a baby goose with previously untreated spray leg. He was found living in his own feces and was rescued by a good Samaritan who transferred him to Carolina Waterfowl Rescue two weeks later where he was placed into a homemade wheelchair. The wheelchair supports him as his legs are held together with tape to set them and allow him to properly heal. Alex Kormann The Charlotte Observer

A baby goose’s legs weren’t straight. So an NC shelter helped out with a wheelchair.

June 29, 2017 9:59 AM