After the bacterial infection at our facility, we weren't sure what intake would look like for new bear cubs. But, because of your generous contributions, we were able to say YES to helping Twinkle Bear, and any more that come after her. 🐻
There’s a huge out break of the respiratory illness that’s affecting dogs right now all across the United States. A friend of mine his dogs got sick with a respiratory infection and I believe he lost 1 or 2 of them but he managed to save the dogs at his sanctuary by catching it early and he put his dogs in incubators and that helped a lot, then a few months ago your cubs in enclosure 4 got really sick and 3 cubs died and they too have respiratory issues, his dogs and your cubs got what they believe pneumonia, and then a week ago there’s been a huge outbreak of respiratory issues in dogs and killing them. I believe my friends dogs and your cubs getting sick and a few die from the same thing pneumonia, I believe this respiratory issues are not gonna effect just dogs cause I believe it’s gonna effect all animals and I believe the same respiratory issues that my friends dogs had in oregon is probably the same respiratory issues, it started over here on the westcoast around oregon, Washington and then a few months later your cubs get sick and 3 pass away. I believe this is all linked to a serious viral illness and it’s gonna effect not just dogs but cats and wildlife, just like it did with the cubs. Please please be a watchful eye on those cubs cause this respiratory issues has now reached across the whole United States and it’s gonna effect many animals including wildlife. Thank you for taking care of the cubs the best way known how. The cubs that passed on are in a better place and will be truly missed.💕💕💕
Back in March of 2023, HRH Rover Bear required surgery to suture the many wounds found on his body. Radiology, anesthesia, surgery, and resulting prescriptions totaled a little over $1,100.
Because of our generous supporters, Rover was fixed, healed, and returned back to the wild on July 11, 2023. Please consider donating to our Bear Necessities Campaign HERE: www.tfaforms.com/5098863... See MoreSee Less
ABR accumulated over $16,000 in veterinarian expenses after an infectious Streptococcus bacteria swept through our facility. Your #GivingTuesday donations will help us pay off what's owed and prepare for what's to come.
I donated again today in memory of Thumper Bear. His death really hit me hard. To go from big, strong “Elephant Cub” to succumbing to the strep infection was shocking and heartbreaking.
All our love to everyone at ABR. You really are the difference for these cubs.