"He does have a lot of challenges, but he doesn't know that."
July 24, 2017 5:01 PM Subscribe
While there are parts of the world where intelligent robots are drowning themselves, it’s good to see technology being used for good elsewhere. In New Hampshire, a group of eighth graders designed and created a 3D-printed wheelchair for a six-month-old kitten named Ray who is unable to use his rear legs due to a spinal condition. On top of that, he was born with abnormally tiny eyes, leaving him blind.The little charmer (full name: Ray Catdashian) also has an Instagram account.
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