Young man builds prosthetics with recycled materials to help animals with disabilities

When you have a specific talent, it’s right to make it available to the weakest and those who need it most.

In the animal world, as well as among human beings, there is a tendency to help oneself, as a pure sign of benevolence. Ahmed Manai is a young Tunisian of 23 years who put his creativity and skills as an artist in the field, to help animals born or raised with some disability.

Thanks to his talent in designing objects, Ahmed has been able to perfect various solutions that adapt perfectly to the diverse needs of dogs and cats with disabilities.

Prostheses made from recycled materials have already given great hope to many kittens and dogs that could no longer walk with their own paws.

It all started when an acquaintance of Ahmed’s brought him a kitten born with a strong disability and asked if there was anything he could do for the poor animal. The young man reflected for a long time on the conditions of the little kitten, until he had the idea of prosthesis: for that poor little animal, he built a cart with wheels that allowed the cat to move and walk almost as if its hind legs were working normally.

Not only dogs and cats born with some small misfortune ended up being helped by the young Tunisian, but also other animals.

In this adventure, Ahmed even helped a stork!

“For me, giving hope to one of those animals means giving it new life,” Ahmed said. This is undoubtedly a touching gesture of solidarity that helps in practice many animals that otherwise would not survive for long.

The loss of a limb or a physical disability could, in fact, compromise the survival of the animal itself; some of them end up being sacrificed because they have no one to look after them.

A big round of applause for this young man who puts his work at the disposal of the most defenseless!

Source: Olha Que VĂ­deo


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