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[Oregon Zoo Rescued Cougar Orphans]
Hello, who’s this, who’s this, oh, hi baby.
[Michelle Schireman:] Source: LYBIO.net
What we have here are three cougar cubs two girls and a boy. Your mother was killed by a hunter who did not realize that it was a mom with cubs unfortunately at the age that they were orphaned they would basically have either starved to death in the wild or been eaten by another predator.
When the cubs first came in they were just a little bit dehydrated looking for a good meal. They get a lot of time with us but they also get a lot of time just to run around and play. We’ve got one that hangs back a little bit – one that’s more playful, and one that just kind of likes to cuddle. They can purr and be happy to see us. A lot of people think that this is what zookeepers do every day and it’s actually a very rare occurrence.
It’s wonderful to feel like you’re actually doing something and to help babysit in the wild wouldn’t have survived and you know I’d be lying if I – if I said it isn’t a lot of fun.
They are going to the North Carolina Zoo, in Asheboro North Carolina and I’ve actually been to the zoo and seen the exhibit some very nice cougar exhibits and one of the biggest benefits is that they all get to go together – they’ll be little ambassadors.
Michelle Schireman has placed 105 rescued cougar orphans in AZA-accredited zoos.
The Oregon Zoo and Metro work to protect key habitat for cougars and other wildlife.
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