Benedict "has lived with ongoing neurological issues that make it more difficult for him to get around than it is for the average goat," Farm Sanctuary, the rescue organization that has given Benedict a forever home at its New York location, wrote on Facebook.
When he was first rescued, he was so emaciated and weak that he collapsed. And rescuers found that he couldn't hold himself up on his back legs.
He was able to gain some strength, but he still needed help. So, because rescuers were determined to give him a happy life, they provided him with wheels.