Arnold was a Canadian goose living near New England Wildlife Centers in Massachusetts. He had been living with his mate in the pond.
Soon the vets discovered that he had 2 open cracks on his foot. The vets had to do an operation on his leg and if needed to amputate the leg. When the vets began the operation they heard a tapping sound. They approached the clinic door and found Arnold’s mate Amelia there. a
So the vets brought Arnold to the door. Ameli saw her friend and felt a bit relaxed. Fortunately, the goose’s leg wasn’t amputated and he could again walk and run with Amelie in their pond.