A baby giraffe has a new pair of custom-made shoes, thanks to a couple of veterinarians. Hasani the giraffe lives at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo and is just a couple of weeks old. Shortly after his birth, zoo officials noticed he had a condition called hyperextended fetlocks, which means his rear feet were not in alignment. As InsideEdition.com’s Stephanie Officer finds out, thanks to some extra help from a team in Kentucky, Hasani is stepping into recovery in his new shoes.
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