Bear Cub Was Rescued, Fostered, And Transferred To A Wildlife Zoo After Being Left By His Mom

Mother is the most significant person for everyone. She unconditionally loves and cares for us. She is prepared to go to any distance to defend her children in any situation. A mother’s relationship with her children is unique and unbreakable.

Do you know that wild newborn animals cannot live in the wild unless they are cared for by their mothers? They require their mother far more than the rest of us. Some, on the other hand, are miserably abandoned by their mothers. They continue to travel around in search of their mothers and food. They must battle for their lives. Some  can wait until they receive assistance, while others cannot.

Cisna, the orphaned bear cub in this story, is a lucky two-month-old bear cub. A man discovered the miserable little child in the Bieszczady highlands and contacted a neighboring forester station. She was nearly starving at the time, unable to stand on its paws.

After failing to find the mother bear, the good-hearted guy asked help from the “State Forests.” The organization’s staff arrived and took the poor baby bear with them. They later took her to Przemyl’s Rehabilitation Center for Protected Animals. The small bear was examined and given special attention while he was there.

Dr. Andrzej Fedaczyski and his son, Radoslaw Fedaczyski, were in charge of the poor little girl’s treatment, as was another doctor called Jakub Kotwicz.

They had previously rescued a variety of animals, therefore they put in a lot of effort to keep the cub alive. She began to eat and got stronger.

To avoid frightening the baby bear, the zoo’s employees worked night shifts and wore masks on their faces while feeding her. The cub was terrified of the humans in the area.

Everyone hoped that when the motherless cub grew up, she would be released back into the wild. That little bear, on the other hand, was beyond the abilities of any Polish center.

The bear cub was eventually brought to the Poznan Zoo. Before making that decision, the Directorate of Environmental Protection consulted with specialists.

Dr. Radosaw and his little furry friend were getting along well so far at the time. When the bear cub departed for Poznan, he cried like a baby. He also promised himself and Cisna that he would build a wildlife center. He didn’t want Cisna and other wild creatures to be taken to a zoo.

You can see the lovely cub  in the video below!