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Ben the Bear

The team meets Ben the Bear in his enclosure, and investigates the claims of a lawsuit.

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Animal Intervention: Ben the Bear

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The team meets Ben the Bear in his enclosure, and investigates the claims of a lawsuit.

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Maria Rojas
Maria Rojas

I believe if not everyone can gets a Rolex watch, or Ferrary car, or be a Holliwood star, or be in a Safary or any special trip to enjoy the animals in their wild life, why some people guess have the rights to keep wild animals in prission, like in the Cherokee Bears case. The woman when was a child lived in a small house but after decided move a large house, bc she wants to be more confortable, so is the same situation with the bears there. They deserve freedom but due to the onwers receive a lot of money by each little baby  of bear, so is obvious they dont want to lost their "golded eggs gen". They are very cruel with this animals. The owners changed their little house but their animal cannot improve their life. I am so sad about this kind of person, they said "love animals" but really are thinking about the own feelings and not about animals welfare. I am sorry for my bad EnglishI am ffrom Venezuela but living in Panama. How can help them?

Millie Bowling
Millie Bowling

My first thought is What an IDIOT.  Please go to RiseNCorg to stop this kind of abuse.