Lion cubs tortured by their prisoners in Russia, then rehabilitated for seven months, will flow into their natural habitat in an African wildlife refuge – Tech

Will travel from simba Russia Service Tanzania In late November. All repatriation costs will be paid by the Russian copper company as animal rights activists petition for help

Ural, Russia, November 20, 2020 / PRNewswire / – The future is bright for Simba, the lion cub that was used as a prop for a photo shoot in Russia. Singh was near death when he was rescued from a barn in Dagestan, Russia In March 2020; He was tortured, emaciated and unable to walk. Local residents told authorities that her inmates used the cub to make money, charging tourists to take selfies with Simba and breaking her legs to avoid her escape. He was also malnourished and had wounds on his body. Reports of abuse reached the Urals from animal rights activists. Veterinarian Dr. Karen Dallakyan And others were able to rescue the cub and bring it to the non-profit animal rescue center in Dalakyan, SAVE ME Foundation in Cheababinsk, Russia. For seven months, Dalakyan and his team provided medical treatment and took care of Simba. Says Dallakyan, “Many dedicated people worked to save Simba. Witnessing the transformation of this magnificent animal makes it all worthwhile. I am relieved and grateful that businesses, organizations and individuals together have allowed this animal to thrive in its natural habitat Africa. “

Hard rehabilitation of lion cubs will end with a unique reversion Tanzania In late November 2020; An effort sponsored Russian Copper Company. Simba will be taken to the Kilimanjaro Animal Driver Rehabilitation Center in Moshi, Tanzania, Where he will live in a separate enclosure in a dedicated center for the rehabilitation of lions under twenty-four hours of supervision. The lion will have a large, beautiful place to roam in.

Russian Copper Company spokesman Kirill Irkha Says, “When we heard about Simba’s predicament and the need for money to return the animal Africa, We were happy to cover the cost. The mistreatment that Simba has committed is unreasonable. The world has seen Simba thank him for the professionals and volunteers dedicated to his health. We look forward to seeing Simba in her natural habitat and feel happy playing a role in getting her there. ”

This is the first official reversion of wild animals in the history of Russia.

After receiving medical care in Russia, Simba has recovered and is now a beautiful, proud lion who will repatriate to live in his natural habitat in Africa.  All costs are being covered by the Russian Copper Company.

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