A Helpless Cub of a Mountain Lion Was Rescued By Brave Firefighters

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Anyone who is shown compassion and care has the potential to save a life, whether it be a human life or the life of an animal. A small lion cub that was just 14 weeks old had been saved by firefighters from the Vista Grande Fire station. They had discovered the mountain lion cub on the side of the road in Idyllwild, which is located in southern California. When they found her, she was in a terrible condition of health and disarray. She had become severely dehydrated and had gone without food for a long time. They estimated that the cub’s weight was 11 pounds when they first found her.Additional information and the featured image are courtesy of the San Diego Humane Society.

After that, assistance was requested from the Department of Fish and Wild, and after that, communication was established with the San Diego Humane Society, which ultimately agreed to take the cub into their care. Due to the effective therapies that she received there, she is currently in wonderful health.

The director of public relations at the San Diego Humane Society had told the media that the cub received the necessary medical care. In addition, Nina Thompson stated that the cub is provided with proteins as well as the other necessary nutritional meals that are required. In addition to that, they expressed their delight in the fact that she had put on weight and is now 22 pounds.

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