If you want to get away from it all – take a snooze high up in a tree. That’s what this lucky bear is doing in the Libearty Bear Sanctuary in Romania. Over 60 bears have been rescued so far from small cages and poor zoos in Romania and they now live a life free of iron bars and concrete floors. Now they have trees, huge water pools and best of all over 20 hectares of natural oak forest to explore in peace.
These rescued bears now spend their days munching on the lush vegetation when not eating the fruit and veg given to them daily by the sanctuary staff. They have time to splash in the pools and wander through the protected forest enclosures before looking for a comfortable place to take a rest.
But another 20 or so bears will need to be rescued over the coming months to finally put an end to the cruel keeping of bears in small cages in Romania. If you want to read how and why this bear sanctuary was created, why not buy the book - Bear Sanctuary – either from this web site or from Amazon at: http://amzn.to/pWBWaQ. If you like the book please tell your friends and spread the word about the amazing work being done in Romania to protect bears from cruelty – and perhaps you could also write a review on the Amazon web site.