At the meeting we saw for the first time pictures of his living conditions and the condition his hooves were in.
I have never seen anything so horrific and it is a wonder that Chaplin didn't have any ill effects even now. He will always have bad feet and they need to be trimmed every six weeks, but it is a wonder that none of his bones had rotated or that his body didn't compensate for his deformation, how it was the case with our little Peaches and Maddie.
Chaplin is a favourite to many of us, mostly because he is such a snuggle bug and I am so glad that his life has turned around for the better with us. Hope he will live a long and happy life here at the DSC.