Temple Grandin has long been a friend to many animals, including horses 🐎 and cattle 🐂. In fact she invented new and improved farm tools known as handler walkways and dip vats for cows. These contraptions made necessary cattle ranch practices safer and more comforting for the animals. But that's not even the most impressive thing about her. What's most impressive is her break through work for autism. Temple was diagnosed with a high functioning autism at a young age and through her own path has discovered practices that benefit others with autism. Even today she has an organization that helps people better understand all spectrums. She's an inspiration for many with differences and we're happy to have a reason to celebrate her.