Baby Bear Given Second Chance At Life Thanks To Group Of Bikers
I have always loved the idea of having a little pet monkey. Primates are smart and sweet and different from any kind of other animal out there.
They also happen to be a huge responsibility, expensive, and they’re essentially furry little babies that never grow up. These facts always stop me in my tracks when I entertainthe thought of buying exotic pets.
Some animals simply aren’t meant to be domesticated or live indoors.
The exotic animal trade and illegal animal trafficking is a common problemall over the world. In the country of Laos, located in Southeast Asia, sun bears are typically taken from their mothers at very young ages and sold into the trade.
Miss Vientiane, also known as “Little Missy”, experienced such a fate in the beginning of her young life. Her owners purchased her from an illegal market and took her home to be the new house pet.
As one would expect, having a bear in the house didn’t go as planned.
Scroll through below to seewhat happened to Little Missy in the house and howa group of bikers came to her rescue.
Although the young bear will not be able to return to the wild due to the potential for human-animal conflict, the rescue center has provided her with the rehabilitation and space to live like she never had before.