Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Molly, The Invincible Horse- Another Hurricane Katrina Miracle

Please watch Molly's story.

The video speaks for itself. It's truly worth the time. Molly is the embodiment of strong spirit and what can be accomplished when we use our knowledge and resources to help one of God's precious creatures.

Molly survived Hurricane Katrina only to be attacked by pit bull terriers shortly after her rescue. Her right front leg was devastated. In most circumstances this would mean death for a horse. Thanks to the staff at Louisiana State University, Molly is alive and well. They amputated her leg and gave her a prosthesis - the first of it's kind.

Now she works as a therapy horse to inspire young people and others with disabilities. If you think all hope is gone out of this world, Molly, the doctors and compassionate individuals who helped her will renew your faith.

Thanks to Margaret McGlaun for telling me about Molly.


Peter said...

Hi! Great story. Recently, I've heard the very same thing being done for an elephant. Where there is a will, there is a always way to get around things.

Take Care,

Lisa McGlaun said...


Isn't it cool what we can do when we put our minds to it. Think of all the wonderful ideas people have and how they could be used if we just channeled it correctly and peacfully.

Best Wishes,