Scooter, a wheelchair cat, and Falco, a three-legged dog, create a great connection. They are, in both directions, the best friends someone could want for.
A three-legged dog and a cat that walks in a wheelchair due to a spinal injury become closest friends.
Despite their circumstances, the dog and cat have been able to keep each other company for years, becoming each other’s support and vice versa. Scooter, a Siamese breed, was unfortunately gravely hurt in an accident.
He can’t move his back legs because he can’t move his front legs. Falco’s narrative, on the other hand, is no less painful. One of his limbs had been vilely amputated and he was found lonesome in the streets.
Without a doubt, this event has brought them closer together, and they have become lifelong friends.
The two have had to overcome many obstacles, but they now share a loving home where they can be safe.
With Rose Mary Millán and Roy, Scooter and Falco enjoy a good time. Now, the lovely couple of friends may live their lives to the fullest. Hiking, wrestling, and resting together are some of their favorite activities.
It’s a joy to watch them frolic and ascend the steep mountains of Bolivia, the nation where this magnificent narrative of interspecies love and fraternity began. Rose records them and posts the videos on her social media accounts.
It goes without saying that the cat and his canine companion have become online celebrities. Both have succeeded in attracting a large number of people to their history, who are enamored with this magnificent and exceptional link.
“They get along swimmingly and like going out together. “They are quite lively and adventurous, and they love to enjoy the outdoors,” Rose Mary told a local media site.
However, the lady adds that if it were up to them, they would be fighting all day if it were up to them. Despite their handicaps, neither the dog nor the cat are able to relax.
Thanks to a friend, the woman and her boyfriend decided to adopt Falco. He was spotted roaming the streets alone, silently pleading for aid, by a close friend. His severed leg’s wound was at risk of infection.
“The stitching in his wound was quite bad, according to the vet.” It was clearly amateurish based on the sight of the wound. We’ll never know for sure what happened to him, though,” Rose continued.