A New Hampshire kitty with a spine condition is now mobile thanks to some middle school students and their teacher.
Carrie Barron adopted Ray from a sanctuary and soon discovered his serious condition. She kept him and at one point shared his story with friend and teacher Erin Bakkom.
Erin soon tasked her students at Portsmouth Middle School to create a 3-D printed design for a wheelchair. Ray's two wheelchairs made with Razor scooter wheels and a 3-D-printed frame were both very promising to help the kitten become more mobile.
At first he bit at them, but now he understands they help. Kudos to the public library for having that necessary 3-D printer!
Source: ABC News