Oliver The broken Bear, Free After 30 Years In A Bear Bile Farm In China

OK, everyone. THIS IS A WARNING ABOUT HORRIFIC ABUSE. We must stop this. What the hell is wrong with humans?

One Person, One World.

Oliver The Broken Bear:

Oliver was one of 10 bears rescued from a bear bile farm in Shandong province, China. 33 years old, he had spent 30 of those in this cage, with a heavy metal jacket and daily painful bile extractions… img_album_oliver_002 img_album_oliver_001

Oliver the brown bear have a stunted body, arthritis and mobility problems. His stiff old limbs can never extend normally like a healthy bear. He has compressed lungs from wearing a full metal jacket so tightly around his chest for decades on the farm, and an enlarged heart as a result of it working harder throughout these years. His teeth are broken , and an eye with lens luxation which made him blind and causing him pain, so it had to be removed by surgery. img_album_oliver_003

When Animal Asia rescued him they were very concerned about the state of him. His long, misshapen body was flat to the bottom of his…

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5 thoughts on “Oliver The broken Bear, Free After 30 Years In A Bear Bile Farm In China

  1. This is absolutely atrocious… I can’t understand how people can be so insensitive toward animals. It breaks my heart that Oliver spent his life in that kind of environment; I want to be there with him so badly. I researched about Animals Asia a little and am thinking about starting a volunteer organization here at Virginia Tech, or at least get someone from the organization to come speak here to raise awareness. Just awful. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. That was very poignant Seashell, very touching. And so very sad. What’s wrong with humans? I think we’re willfully ignorant; people don’t want to know because then they’d have to care and change behaviors.

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