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How a Shelter Volunteer Helped a Special Needs Kitten Walk Again

Alessandra Rizzotti

When Lincoln was four weeks old, he could not move any of his limbs. Tenth Life, a shelter dedicated to helping special needs animals, took him in. Volunteer Bobbi Hale fostered Lincoln and eventually helped him learn how to walk, using towels to prop him up so his feet would always be flat on the ground. Now, Lincoln can even run and climb and Hale has made him her pet. It's amazing how animals can be resilient and how a volunteer's dedication and patience saved Lincoln's life.

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