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Disabled Mini Horse TROTS in New Wheelchair!
Rescued, Running, & on the Road to Recovery!

Disabled Mini Horse TROTS in New Wheelchair!

NORTH HAVEN, CT (August 16, 2022): 5-month-old miniature horse, Turbo, was born with two luxating patella’s, a congenital defect that gave Turbo little-to-no movement in his rear end. The only way Turbo can walk is in a hunched position, with his total weight being placed on his two front legs. Turbo’s previous owners reached out to Road to Refuge Animal Sanctuary in North Haven, Connecticut, for guidance, and they stepped in and offered to give Turbo the fighting chance he deserves!

Megan, the Founder of Road to Refuge and Mixed Animal Vet Technician, began her organization after working at a veterinary practice. During her time as a Vet Tech, Megan saw a surplus amount of farm animals being brought in to be euthanized. She knew she couldn’t let that happen, and instead, took the animals home with her to give them a second chance at life.

Megan is no stranger to animals with special needs, saying, “I lean towards the special needs ones, the broken ones, the really medical intensive cases.” She has cared for blind goats, elderly goats, and a goat named Peaches who needed a wheelchair for assistance – which is how she got started on this path, which ultimately led her to Turbo’s rescue!

Walkin’ Pets, a NH-based pet mobility company, came across Turbo’s story on social media and drove to the sanctuary, where they donated a wheelchair to Turbo. Before they could even get him fully strapped in – he took off RUNNING! Everyone in attendance couldn’t believe their eyes . . . Especially Megan.
“Seeing Turbo ‘walk’ before any assistance and dragging his legs, to being in his cart – I almost started crying. I am not a crier, but I almost started crying. He was running, bucking – it was all very exciting,” says Megan. Megan urges people not to shy away from adopting a special needs animal, “it’s definitely a road worth traveling – they really make a special place in your heart.

Turbo’s journey is far from over; as he continues to heal, Turbo will need physical therapy, rehab, and possibly knee surgery. With expensive medical bills looming, the Road to Refuge Animal Sanctuary will need our help.
To donate to Turbo’s recovery and the other animals at the sanctuary, please consider donating to: https://roadtorefugeanimalsanctuary.com/


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