This 8-Year Old Boy Who Wears Prosthetic Legs Had His Dream Come True.. Swimming With An Amputee Dolphin

Paula Thomas | October 9th, 2014

Cieran Kelso lost both his legs from the knee down to meningitis when he was just 13 months old. His father designed prosthetic flippers that Cieran could use to swim.

Cieran’s dream has always been to swim with Winter the dolphin from the movie Dolphin Tale. Winter lost her tail in 2005 when she was caught in a crab trap. She was then taken to Clearwater Marine Aquarium. The kind people at the aquarium was able to grant Cieran his wish.

Watch their inspirational story below:

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