The reality for the little animals kept in zoos is rife with unfair treatment; their existence should only serve to amuse visitors and spectators who are amused by performances that have years of agonizing agony and suffering for helpless creatures that were taken out of their natural home.
This is the tale of the final two bears to have lived at a zoo in Pakistan, which is regarded as the worst zoo in the whole world owing to the animals’ appalling conditions.
Fortunately, the release of all the animals was successful after a protracted battle by individuals and groups who care about animal welfare.
Bubloo and Suzie, two Himalayan brown bears that were the last remaining creatures in the zoo and who for years endured awful living conditions, were just liberated.
Both animals were coerced into performing for the amusement of zoogoers.
Bubloo and Suzie have been made to dance and perform since they arrived at the zoo, and their teeth were even removed to stop them from biting their keepers.
They endured harsh punches throughout the training process until they were able to coordinate and perform the ideal performance.
The two bears, who were kept in captivity in the zoo for more than 13 years, will now try to live out their lives in a new place, away from the loneliness and abuse they endured for so long.
His new location will be in a Jordanian sanctuary, which is cared for by the Princess Alia Foundation, an organization founded by the king’s eldest daughter.
Organizations were worried about the two bears’ health before they were released since they were both in terrible condition.