This video of a baby goat rescued by an Australian animal group is sure to tug at the heart strings.
It shows a baby snow goat named Frostie who is learning to walk while using a wheelchair because he cannot use his hind legs.
Edgar's Mission, an animal sanctuary in Victoria, posted the video and explained how he suffers from an illness called joint naval ill and can't use his back legs. When he was rescued, Frostie also suffered from lice and dehydration, they said.
They lent him a wheelchair from another beloved sanctuary animal, Leon Trotsky, who is a pig.
In the video, Frostie tentatively toes the ground and even walks up to an Edgar's Mission worker at one point to sniff his face.
The group is raising money to help build a new sanctuary to house additional animals.