The reality for zoo animals is one of unfair treatment; their presence should only please guests and spectators who enjoy activities that have years of suffering and sorrow for helpless beings who have been removed from their native habitat behind them.
As the last animals left at the zoo, Bubloo and Suzie, two Himalayan brown bears that had been restrained and kept in appalling conditions for years, were just set free.
Both animals were forced to participate in entertainment for zoogoers.
Heavy blows were delivered to them throughout the training process until they could synchronize and provide the flawless performance.
The two bears having spent more than 13 years being kept in captivity at the zoo; unhappy and coming from a traumatic past, they will now try to live out their lives in a new setting, free from the violence and misery they have experienced for so long.
The Princess Alia Foundation, which was established by the king’s eldest daughter, will look after his new residence in a Jordanian sanctuary.
The groups who released the two bears were concerned for their welfare because they were both in poor condition.
Suzie had a massive tumor that was medically removed, but the procedure left her with a horrible infection.
Thankfully, foreign veterinarians traveled to the Pakistani zoo to save his life.
Bubloo, on the other hand, underwent a personality shift due to a tooth abscess and showed aggressive behavior that was out of character for this species.
The two bears were treated by Dr. Amir Khalil of Four Paws before being freed, and with the aid of other organizations, the zoo was shut down entirely.
A spokesman for Pakistan’s Ministry of Climate Change, Saleem Shaikh, stated:
“Visits to the Islamabad Zoo by the general public and government officials are no longer permitted.”