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Daily Cute: Pepe the Paralyzed Pug Lets Nothing Slow Him Down

Daily Cute: Pepe the Paralyzed Pug Lets Nothing Slow Him Down

Pepe was stepped on as a puppy by accident. His spine was injured and he lost the use of his hind legs. He was fortunate to end up in a caring and thoughtful pet shelter where he was eventually adopted by one of their employees. Despite his paralysis, Pepe doesn’t let anything hold him back and lives life to the fullest thanks to the support of his owner, the shelter and his friends.

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3:13AM PST on Jan 12, 2015

thanks for sharing :)

4:31PM PST on Mar 3, 2014

Thanks to those great heart and noble humans that put theyre effort to help lovely Pepe!!!!!!!!!!

1:37PM PST on Feb 23, 2014

*crying* Thank you for this.

5:12PM PST on Feb 18, 2014

What a great dog. I am amazed at the progress he made through his therapy. Getting some feeling back is amazing.

1:24PM PST on Feb 15, 2014

It's heartwarming that there are these amazing humans out there that will love these little creatures no matter what, Pepe is beautiful.

2:11AM PST on Feb 15, 2014

Thank you

9:25AM PST on Feb 14, 2014

He is such a lucky doggie! To find someone who would take good care of him…. no matter what!

7:13AM PST on Feb 14, 2014


9:18PM PST on Feb 13, 2014

I don't watch most of the vids, but I'm glad I watched this one. Pepe is such a sweet, brave little baby, and his "Mom" is an angel. It is wonderful to know that veterinary medicine is progressing to the point of restoring some feeling and function to animals who have had severe spinal injuries.

11:59AM PST on Feb 13, 2014

Non human animals are amazing.

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