A bear cub named Fifi arrived at a Pennsylvania roadside zoo more than 30 years ago. For years, she and other bears were forced to perform tricks, like standing on their hind legs. The roadside zoo closed its doors more than 20 years ago, while Fifi languished in a tiny, rusted cage that contained nothing more than a dilapidated doghouse for shelter. Fifi was thin, her coat was dull and dirty, and she suffered from painful, untreated arthritis. Finally, in July 2015, PETA and The Wild Animal Sanctuary rescued her. She was transported to a Colorado facility, where she finally had the care and the vast habitat that she deserved. After only five months at the sanctuary, Fifi’s body finally matches her big and beautiful personality. She is now healthy, her coat is full, and her legs are getting stronger every day. And for the first time in her long life, Fifi is hibernating in her new, comfy den.
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