Unfortunately, they soon found out that Quinn — who, despite having hind end weakness, had been able to walk up until 9 weeks of age — was no longer able to walk, and it was unclear if he’d ever be able to. “We were told that Quinn may deteriorate quickly and would only have quality of life for four months tops,” Fox said. “We were given the option to opt out of adopting Quinn many times by [Mosko], but we never faltered.”
While Quinn began his new life with the Foxes in July 2016, his brother, Gray, and another sibling were sent to be fostered by a massage therapist. Gray, who had been unable to walk at all when he went to his foster home, responded well to massage therapy and began walking.