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Evey, a beautiful cat, was found by the Toronto Humane Society could barely move his hind legs due to partial paralysis. The staff of Toronto Humane Society one day brought her a prosthetic cart (wheelchair) to help her get around. The cart allowed her hind legs to hang freely so that she could exercise them and maybe gain back some of their usage and strength.
At the beginning it was a bit challenging for the little one to hang on and get used to the new component that was attached to her body, but soon she was able to move around and walk with her hind legs up. With help from the wheelchair, Evey should be able to regain some use of her legs and the ability to walk normally again.
Check out the video below to see the first time Evey put on her prosthetic cart (wheelchair).
After many weeks of physiotherapy in her prosthetic cart (wheelchair), Evey can finally stand on her 4 legs. Though her hindquarters are still a little wobbly, the little one can move around much better unaided.
Play the video below to see Evey's transformation:
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