Back in 2013, Safyre Terry suffered burns to three-quarters of her little body. 


But now, the eight-year-old arson attack survivor has a reason to smile: she’s just received a new hand and foot, and couldn’t be happier.


In fact, she’s so happy that her aunt Liz Dolder simply had to share a sweet picture of the youngster with her new prosthetic arm and leg.


The prosthetics aren’t just helping her to live her life as normal, they’re also pretty cute, decorated as they are with hearts, pandas and yin and yang symbols.


“Good evening everyone,” Liz captioned the photo. “On Friday, Safyre got her new hand and foot. It was the best day ever she said she is on cloud nine. Loving the glow she has. HOPE FAITH & LOVE TO ALL.”



The horrific arson attack caused young Safyre (pictured above in happier times with her beloved dad, David) to lose much more than just her limbs.


“Safyre lost everything – her father, her mother, her sister, her brothers, her home, her favourite toy, her favourite outfit – everything that was familiar to her,” Liz told People.


Incredibly, Safyre hasn’t let her tragic circumstances stop her from enjoying life as much as she can, with Aunt Liz saying that she “wakes every morning with a smile on her face.”


But there’s a long road ahead for Safyre. She has already had a string of reconstructive surgeries to rebuild her face, mouth and nose.


You can help Safyre and Liz with the costs of her medical expenses by donating here


Check out Safyre rocking her new hand and leg below.



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