A young bear with a severe Mange has been found digging through rubbish in California


Californians were alarmed when they saw the hairless creature digging through the trash and called a local rescue team.

According to the Humane Society of the United States, “When they appeared, they could not believe their eyes. young bear without fur.

The bear was first caught and taken to the California Fish Wildlife Department, which in turn contacted [The Humane Society of the United States] a local body, The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center. (FFAWC)

After looking at the bear, they realized that it was covered with plague. Manganese is a painful skin disease caused by a tick on the skin. George had spread all over his body, leading to hair loss.

The naked bear needed help and shelter to recover. On Christmas Eve, two compassionate volunteers from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife drove a bear they named Eva to the FFAWC.

The FFAWC properly organized the bear sanctuary. With the extreme of his joke, they had to think twice about what kind of bedding materials to use. They did not want to irritate Eve’s skin any further.

In addition, the plague is very contagious, so they had to be sure to make it as sanitary as possible.

When Eva arrived at the FFAWC, she was placed in her sanctuary to recover. He quickly won the hearts of volunteers. Eve is on her way to recovery, but it will take time. The staff thinks that he will fully recover.

When he is fully cured, the FFAWC will rescue him in the wild.

FFAWC staff made a note about his recovery.

“Every day he examines his room, starts choosing things to cut, pulls in his igloo to build a nest for the night. He is quite diligent, it is always interesting to see what he ends up with. ”

By the time he was released, he was enjoying his territory, all the fresh fruit, especially the apple. In the video, he takes his apple to his nest.

Thanks to all the volunteers who helped save and restore Eve.

You can watch Eva’s video below at the FFAWC Sanctuary.

Eve feels good and will live the rest of her life in the sanctuary. Watch him turn into a happy healthy bear in the video below.

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