Lily the Bear Rescued After 10 Years Inside a Tiny, Filthy Concrete Pen

Ever since she was a cub, Lily the bear has been kept inside a small pen at Deer Haven Mini Zoo in Maryland. She often lived among piles and puddles of her own waste, and was frequently unable to lie down without soiling her fur. Experts concluded that she was morbidly obese, likely a result of being denied any opportunity to exercise for more than a decade—prompting PETA and its members to urge the roadside zoo to retire her to a reputable sanctuary at no cost to its owners.

After pushing hard for Lily’s freedom, PETA teamed up with The Wild Animal Sanctuary and rescued her. She has arrived at The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colo., and been released into an enclosure that allows her to acclimate to the new sights, sounds, and smells of the massive, beautiful Colorado facility. She’ll soon be released into a sprawling habitat, where she’ll have acres in which to roam, forage, and explore.


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