Last Updated on December 9, 2023 by Pets Feed
“Bouncer” was caught in an illegal trap in a national park in Thailand when he was 4 months old. Unfortunately, he was rescued by the Wildlife Friends Foundation of Thailand (WFFT), who decided his legs needed to be amputated to save his life.
“The bouncer, who lost an arm at such a young age and also lost his mother, was determined to be unable to survive on his own and could not be returned to the wild,” WFFT reporter Paul Healey said. in an interview. “But thanks to the hard work of Wildlife Foundation staff to rehabilitate Bouncer, he went from a scared cub to the confident bear he is today.”
Bouncer is now 19 years old and living a wonderful life in the sanctuary, even though he cannot return to the wild. He spends his days exploring and relaxing, and even having three legs doesn’t bother him.
“Just because a bouncer has lost a limb doesn’t mean they can’t do anything,” the officer said. “Bouncers have always been avid climbers and can scale any structure in their habitat, including gazebos.”
But his favorite activity has always been and always will be relaxing in a hammock with a slice of watermelon.
Every afternoon, Bouncer climbs into his favorite hammock and relaxes with a slice of watermelon. Then spend the day relaxing on the swings for a few hours. This seems to be his favorite time of the day, and the staff loves watching the bouncer having fun this way.
Bouncer had a rough start in life, but thanks to a quick rescue, he now leads a comfortable life. It’s an ironic life where he was hurt by humans but brought back to life by humans, but right now, Bouncer is happy.
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