This gorgeous Siberian husky was born without paws and couldn’t walk. With a new customized wheelchair, however, she can keep up with other dogs.
Maya isn’t like most puppies in the way that she was born without paws on all four legs, but she is just as happy-go-lucky as most canines her age. Thanks to the assistance provided by her caretaker Kit, she receives plenty of love and can now even walk with the aid of a customized wheelchair.
Bored Panda relays that Maya, a three-year-old Siberian husky, was born in Thailand without paws. Walking was nearly impossible, and the pup also had issues with her hips. Fortunately, she found a best friend and long-term caretaker in Kit, who was looking for a puppy around the same time Maya’s story was posted on Facebook.
“At that time I was looking for a puppy when I found a Facebook post from a shelter that there is a puppy up for adoption. It was mentioned that she had congenital abnormalities, no paws on all four legs.”
Though not every day is a walk in the park, Kit is incredibly glad to have adopted Maya. Together, they’ve overcome a number of odds. Maya is “frisky and strong,” according to Kit, and “likes to play with a ball, spend time with her puppy friend Mamon and loves sleeping.”
Heartening is one word that can be used to describe the pair’s friendship. Others agree, for a Facebook page dedicated to Maya has garnered over 50,000 followers! Similarly, Kit posts plenty of adorable photos of Maya to Instagram. Following are some photos of Maya who can now run around thanks to the aid of a customized wheelchair:
Maya was born in Thailand without paws. Life seemed like it would be tough.
Fortunately, she was adopted by an animal lover named Kit.
Now three years old, Maya enjoys life immensely.
Maya is “frisky and strong,” according to her caretaker.
And thanks to a customized wheelchair, she can keep up with other dogs.
The two couldn’t be happier together.
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