A heartbreaking story would be told by Fifi, the bear. If she were able to talk, she would say to it. In the end, the story has a happy ending.
Fifi, a bear cub, came to a Pennsylvania roadside zoo more than 30 years ago. She was called Fifi. For years, she and other bears were made to do things that were hard to understand, like stand on their hind legs. After the roadside zoo closed its doors more than 20 years ago, Fifi lived in a small, rusted cage that had no more than a rusty dog house for shelter.
Because she was thin, her coat was dull and dirty, and she had painful arthritis that hadn’t been treated. Every step was a fight. In July of last year, PETA and The Wild Animal Sanctuary took her in and cared for her. Finally, she was cared for and had a lot of space to run around in.
Fifi’s body looks like her big, beautiful personality for the first time. She’s been at the sanctuary for just five months now. A: She’s healthy, and her coat is full. Her legs are getting stronger every day, too. She hasn’t been hibernating in her cozy den for a long time.