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BEAR CUB WITH BURNED PAWS RECEIVES CARE AT RAMONA WILDLIFE CENTER

Patient is among four new orphaned bear cubs transferred to San Diego Humane Society for rehabilitation and eventual release
 
Source: San Diego County Humane Society
 
September 29, 2021 (Ramona) -- A bear cub who approached firefighters in Plumas County with burned paws during the Dixie Fire is receiving treatment at San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center. The hungry cub was found on Aug. 31, 2021, on Grizzly Ridge in Plumas National Forest and taken to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) Wildlife Health Lab in Rancho Cordova. After being treated for minor burns to his pads, the male, seven-month-old cub was transferred to San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Campus on Sept. 10, 2021 for continued care until he is old enough to be reintroduced to the wild.

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ORPHANED BEAR CUBS GET CARE AT HUMANE SOCIETY'S RAMONA WILDLIFE CENTER

Source: San Diego Humane Society

September 2, 2021 (Ramona) — Two orphaned bear cubs in care at San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center are doing well, the SDHS reports. The young bears, estimated to be about six months of age, were brought to San Diego Humane Society’s Project Wildlife team by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife on Aug. 18 after they were captured in Three Rivers area.

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JOHN COX, CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR, SLAMMED FOR BRINGING LIVE BEAR ON CAMPAIGN TRAIL

By Miriam Raftery
 
Photos via Cox campaign
Updated May 10 with statement/action alert from Bobbi Brinks, founder of Lions, Tigers and Bears in Alpine
 
May 6, 2021 (San Diego) – California gubernatorial recalls have long been likened to circuses. Now Republican candidate John Cox from San Diego’s north county has added to the circus-like atmosphere and drawn criticism from animal rights activists for hauling a Kodiak brown bear along on his campaign trail.

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SENATE BILL WOULD RESTRICT OWNERSHIP OF DANGEROUS BIG CATS

 

Lions, tigers and other exotic felines are kept as pets, photo props and roadside zoo spectacles across the U.S.

East County News Service

June 5, 2018 (Washington D.C) -- The Animal Welfare Institute, Big Cat Rescue, Born Free USA, the International Fund for Animal Welfare, The Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society Legislative Fund are celebrating the introduction of the Big Cat Public Safety Act (BCPSA) in the U.S. SenateChampioned by Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, the bill would ensure that unqualified individuals, including chronic animal abusers, are prohibited from obtaining and keeping dangerous big cats like tigers, lions, leopards and pumas.


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BEARS BURNED IN CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES HEALED WITH FISH SKINS, RELEASED TO WILD

 

Unique treatment could translate to companion Animals, humans

By Amy Quinton, UC Davis

January 25, 2018 (Davis) - Two adult female black bears that were burned during the Thomas Fire in Southern California have recuperated and are now back in the wild thanks to the help of University of California, Davis, veterinarians and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.


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THE “BEAR” NECESSITIES: BLOSSOM AND DELILAH ARRIVE IN ALPINE

By Miriam Raftery

 

August 27, 2011 (Alpine) – Blossom and Delilah, two bears rescued from a closed zoo in Oklahoma have arrived at their new home at Lions, Tigers & Bears in Alpine.

 

The animals were destined to be sold to a game ranch where they could be hunted and killed if not for the intervention of Bobbi Brink, owner of LTB, a rescue facility in Alpine.

 


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LIONS, TIGERS & BEARS TO PROVIDE NEW HOME FOR OKLAHOMA BEARS IN ALPINE

 

Sanctuary Founder Makes Desperate Visit to Save Bears Headed for Game Farm


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A “BEARY” MERRY STORY


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