Homemade Wheelchairs for Animals Give Strays a Second Chance
Eight years ago in Tainan, Taiwan, Pan Chieh’s coworker saved a disabled dog that had been injured in a car accident. The city’s stray dogs and cats are frequently involved in car collisions, and at the time, wheelchairs for animals were very expensive. So Chieh—an engineer—decided to construct one himself. But he didn’t stop there. To date, Chieh has constructed around 400 wheelchairs to help Taiwan’s disabled animals get around easier. In his words, Chieh’s ultimate goal is to inspire others to help these animals get a second chance at seeing the world.
We can NEVER get too many stories of Kindness, tales of Compassion, or expressions of Peace. I wanted to end 2019 with a blast of GOOD NEWS with the hope that 2020 will ring in with LOVE.
“Be the CHANGE you want to SEE in the World.” ~Mahatma Gandhi