One day a dog in Washington County brought a special gift to his owner.it is common for all dogs to drag everything which they sighted. But at this time the dog carried a life which is still beating. There was an orphaned bear cub that weighed only 540g (or about 1.2 lb). This little fellow was dehydrated at the moment he founded since the mother was nowhere to be seen.
This little bear was immediately moved to the Wildlife Center of Virginia. The tactical team in here was started the treatments while he put into an incubator and started the refeeding process. Since the baby bear was founded in healthier it was easier for treatments as where it proves that he is the luckiest one. “It is fairly common for us to receive wild animals that have been picked up by pets, but it’s uncommon that they are uninjured. Sadly, we see a significant number of injured wildlife from free-roaming housecats, and dogs will also often disturb nests of some ground-dwelling wildlife.” Amanda Nicholson, the director of outreach at the Wildlife Center was spoken.
This baby bear was lucky enough to save a life even most of the animals’ failure in such a situation. With the help of a foster mother, The black bear cub was successfully fostered in the wild. It is still doubted why he was alone. Maybe he was refused by his mother or due to human actions such as hunting she disappeared. Anyhow it is not good to deal with a bear even big or small. Here we shared the guideline for dealing with a bear for your references. “If you find a bear cub alone, do not interfere with it. Doing so can be detrimental to the bear’s wellbeing, and can place you at high risk if its mother is nearby. Although black bear cubs normally remain with their mothers for up to 17 months, they are self-sufficient at five months.”