Elderly Bears Take First Steps of Freedom

Four old bears are finally happy after decades of privation. The bears were each living alone in small, filthy, barren cages at a defunct Pennsylvania roadside zoo named Big Bear Farm Zoo. They hadn’t set foot out of these cages in at least 20 years.

But now, Bruno, Fifi, Pocahontas, and Marsha will have 15 acres of prairie grasses to roam, a swimming hole, hills to climb, and the veterinary care they need. Rather than being confined individually to tiny cages in which they were going mad—swaying and turning in circles in the small space—the bears will live in social groups and be allowed to choose how they spend their time. Instead of small, dilapidated, wooden doghouses, they will each have their own underground den!

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