Wisconsin boy battling rare disorder gets dream hunting trip in Oklahoma

Courtesy: Oklahoma Game Wardens

GRANT COUNTY, Okla. (KOKH) -- An 11-year-old Wisconsin boy suffering a rare medical disorder, had the outdoor experience of a lifetime in Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma Game Wardens posted on Facebook the heartwarming story.

Braden Mielke, from Black Creek, Wisconsin joined Grant County Game Warden Marshall Reigh to go hunting. Braden and his Dad traveled to Oklahoma as part of the Outdoor Dream Foundation, which gives terminal kids a chance to go hunting.

Braden was diagnosed with Alstrom Syndrome, a rare medical disorder that causes congestive heart failure, and vision loss. Braden was able to use an iPad that attaches to his gun to help him control and fire it.

To learn more about the Outdoor Dream Foundation click here.

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