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I'm posting this today, since I saw this today on the National Post (Canadian newspaper), and figured with Child's Play going on, this would be a good place to get people mobilized into helping.
This story just boggles my mind...
The town of Caledon is threatening to take away a disabled boy's pony, because the property he lives on is too small to support it. The boy has spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy which was diagnosed at birth, and can't walk or crawl. The pony was given to him by his grandfather (whom the boy and his single mother live with), and is one of the few things that makes him really happy. To top it off, the town council said she could appeal the decision, at the cost of $800 to appear before the committee, and an additional $345 to circulate the application...
Laxity spawns a lifetime of heresy. Never forgive, never forget.