During a fire in the forest, rescuers found a small bear cub that was sitting on a charred tree and was very weak. The bear cub looked five months old and weighed five kilograms.
His mother died in the fire, and the bear cub was badly burned. The condition of the wild animal was critical and its life was threatened. Rescuers gave the baby sleeping pills and anesthetic and took him to the veterinary clinic, where the bear cub was provided with urgent medical care.
After treatment with antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs, the bear began to recover and gain weight and his coat grew back. He not only drank milk, but also began to eat solid food. The health of the bear cub went on the mend.
Clubfoot, after treatment, was sent to the zoo. There, in the enclosure, three cubs like him were waiting for him. Now the bear has friends and he will not be bored. Bear cub rescuers often come to the zoo to look at their tappyzhka, which they saved on fire.
The bear cub has begun a new carefree life and is not threatened by either hunger or fires.