17 Bears Touch Ground For The First Time After Being Rescued From Concrete Pits

17 bears held in captivity at Georgia’s Black Forest Bear Park with no food and begging park visitors for food were finally rescued, according to thepetneeds.com.

Female bears, who were used to breeding, had no opportunity to see their cubs because they were taken away from them when they were born.

After rescuing the bears, Sam Simpson and the Atlanta Humane Society were able to transport them to The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colorado.

Fortunately, the bears now have access to fresh vegetables and fruits, as well as the freedom to forage and roam.After being chained for years, imagine having a 60-acre space to roam!What a wonderful sensation!
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Source: thepetneeds.com