A 12-year-old boy’s kindness gave a tiny two-legged puppy a second chance at life. The inventive child used LEGO pieces to build a wheelchair for the helpless dog so she could run, and their inspiring story restored our faith in humanity!
With Gracie, a one-year-old adorable puppy, life was very unfair. Gracie’s journey into this world seemed impossible enough because she was born without her front legs due to a birth defect, but things got even worse. Unfortunately, her human parents abandoned her when she was only a few weeks old, and the helpless puppy ended up in a shelter.
Despite everything, little Gracie managed to overcome all of the challenges. The adorable puppy, who was always friendly and sweet, stole the hearts of the shelter owners. The Turley family of Kennesaw, Georgia, fell in love with Gracie right away and decided to adopt her.
Because they had previously adopted three-legged and paralyzed dogs, these caring individuals were already familiar with dealing with a special needs puppy. Nonetheless, they were concerned about Gracie’s ability to walk without injuring herself. A boy who volunteered at the shelter provided assistance.
Grace required an adaptable wheelchair because she was still growing. Dylan, a 12-year-old, came up with a brilliant solution. He created a one-of-a-kind wheelchair out of LEGO that exceeded all expectations.
Gracie can now live her life normally, like any other puppy!
“The first couple of times, it took her a minutes to figure it out,” Tammy Turley told THE DODO. “However, we ended up getting little pieces of hot dog and when she smelled those, she took off.”