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Teen In Wheelchair Reels In 250-Pound Shark!!

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Matt Sechrist's Lemon Shark

Wow! That's incredible!!

Matt Sechrist, a 19-year-old man with no legs reeled in one hell of a catch…

A 250-pound, 8-foot lemon shark! All from his wheelchair!!

That's incredible!! His friends and family helped hold his chair in place while he fought the beast for over an hour.

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Disabled Bunny Has Special Wheelchair!

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This is so heart-warming.

After Lily the bunny lost her back legs in an accident, her life was saved by an animal hospital.

Normally, she would have been put down but instead, she was given a second shot at life!!

She had a little bunny wheelchair built for her!

Now she gets around with her front paws, and she sure seems like she's used to it!

It's just too adorbz for words, so go watch.

Check out the video (above) for one super cute wheelchair bunny!

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Dog Visits Doggy Rehab Center

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Aww… a cute little doggy went to visit Two Hands Four Paws, a rehabilitation center that helps disabled doggies!

The rehab center takes dogs with injured back legs and brings them back to strength

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Dogs In Wheelchairs Lead Happy And Healthy Lives

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When a pet is severely injured or paralyzed, euthanasia is not the only option.

Your pet can lead a happy and healthy life, due to doggy wheelchairs.

Check out the above video to see some brave, disabled pets getting on with their lives with a little mechanical help.

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60,000 Bees Attack Man In Wheelchair

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Four people were hospitalized after being attacked by bees.

The swarm of 60,000 bees (omg!) were attacking a man in a wheel chair!

Three people ran in to help him and were able to rescue him, but they also ended up in the hospital.

Check out the above video for more details.

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Amazing Handicapped German Shepherd Hikes On Wheels

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Inspirational!

Annabelle the incredable German shepherd shows how her Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair enabled her to continue hiking and exploring despite having lost her rear leg mobility to degenerative myelopathy.

Annabelle's owner veterinarian Dr. Heather Mack explains:

"This ability to still be a dog and to track and to smell and to be alive and crash through bushes is a holistic approach to medicine. It turns on the endocrine system, the digestive system, the heart and the immune system so is just so important to Annabelle's well being."

Click HERE to buy Walking Wheels and other other handicapped pet accessories.

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Wheelchair Bound Dog Climbs Mount Washington

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This may be the most truly inspirational story yet.

Lucy used to live in Puerto Rico. Lucy used to have the function of all four of her legs.

After an accident in front of a pet store that involved her getting hit by a car, she was adopted by a New Hampshire resident, Courtney Dunning in 2008, after staying in the Second Chance Animal Rescue in Puerto Rico for two years.

Lucy arrived in NH with a wheelchair that was for another dog, which didn't fit her well. After a chance encounter with an employee from a company that specializes in pets with special needs, Lisa-Marie Mulkern, she was given a custom made wheelchair.

Through facebook, Lucy soon became popular and was urged to try climbing Mount Washington via its auto road. Not a small feat by any means, since Mt. Washington is 6,288ft tall, making it the highest peak in the Northeast.

The journey may have taken six hours and two minutes, but they accomplished what they set out to do, walking more than eight miles to the summit!

"Handicapped pets can do more than just survive injuries," Mulkern says. "Not only is Lucy able to survive and move around, but she's really able to thrive and accomplish things that any other fully-able dog could do. It was really exciting."

Exciting isn't the right word for it - amazing does it justice. Lucy is a great example of the power and will of animals. We are proud of your accomplishments and can only imagine what else you are capable of!

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