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Wounded, Scared, And Tied Up In A Barn Take Pictures With Tourist, This Lion Cub Was Saved Just In Time

Wild animals deserve to live a normal life. They belong to the wild and the open air out there. They are living beings that feel pain just like the rest of us. However, some cruel people keep wild animals in small cages, forcing them to serve for their shameful purposes. And, these poor creatures are physically and mentally abused. Some can wait until they get help but some poorly, can’t. It’s a heartbreaking ending.

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Simba the lion cub in this story went through that tough past. He was taken away from his mother when he was only a few months old. When the young animal was rescued, he was nearly on the brink of death. He had severe injuries on his legs, spine, and many other places.

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Wounded and scared Simba was tied up in a barn to take pictures with tourists. His horrible owners forced him to entertain people. They didn’t care for his health and feelings. A majestic animal should have never been treated that way.

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Thankfully, the cub was saved in time. The rescuers brought him straight to the vets where he underwent emergency surgery. He survived!

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Karen Dallakyan, who treated Simba, gave him lots of love and patience during and post the surgery. When the cub learned to walk and play again, Karen didn’t keep his eyes off him. The young boy proved to be a born fighter. He made an amazing recovery.

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Simba also started laying trust in humans. He became a healthy, adorable, and playful boy. It is a great success of Karen, other vets, and kind-hearted people who cared for the cub.

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Regarding Karen, he has treated hundreds of animals, from tigers, hedgehogs, snakes, to birds. He not only saves these animals but also helps them get back to health with food, shelter, and, most importantly, the love they deserve.

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

You can see more photos of proud Simba’s recovery below!

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

Image Credit: Karen Dallakyans zoo fund

H/T: Boredpanda

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