Just a few weeks ago, we brought you the story of Frostie, an adorable baby goat afflicted with joint navel ill. According to Edgar’s Mission, “Joint navel ill is a disease that is seen in very young calves and kid goats and results from an infection entering the body via the umbilical cord soon after birth.  The causes are often insufficient or poor quality colostrum (a mother’s immune building first milk) or a dirty and hygienic environment.” This condition left Frostie’s back legs immovable.

Edgar’s Mission Farm Sancturary came to Frostie’s rescue, first allowing him to try out some wheels and then helping him to slowly but surely improve his condition to a point that will leave you cheering for him in joy! Check out the video update on this truly adorable little guy — you will be elated to see his improvement, and it might just be the cutest thing you see all day!

Image source: Edgar’s/Vimeo