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Baby Lion Who Had His Legs Broken To Take Pictures With Tourists Was Saved In The Nick Of Time

Animals are really one of the most amazing creatures on earth. Unfortunately, most people don’t appreciate them and just exploit them for their own gains. Recently, the story of an animal’s plight surfaced on the internet. It involved an adorable lion cub who was taken from his mother when he was just a few months old.

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The baby lion was taken away and used as a tourist attraction

 

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The baby lion was taken away from his mother by despicable people. Not only did these horrible people steal him, but they broke his leg and even wounded his spine. They did this so that he couldn’t run away or struggle when tourists took pictures with him.

Fortunately he was rescued by kind and righteous people

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This baby lion might have been doomed if he weren’t rescued by kind people who hastily took him straight to the vets. He needned surgery as soon as possible, and thankfully, the surgery was a success. He was then named Simba by his rescuers.

Simba was wounded and scared when he was discovered

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Baby Simba was found in an agonizing state. He was tied up in a barn and was reportedly tortured and beaten. This was done to allow tourists to take pictures with him. If he hadn’t been rescued on time, this poor baby lion who was on the brink of death with leg, spine, and other injuries would’ve met a tragic end.

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But, thanks to a few good people and with the help of amazing doctors, Simba is alive and well today. He is now learning to trust humans once again.

This crime sparked outrage in Russia

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Many people were angered by this horrific crime in Russia, including President Vladimir Putin. According to reports, President Putin personally ordered a criminal investigation into the matter.

Simba was saved by a Russian vet named Karren Dallakyan

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Karen Dallakyan, a vet in Russia was the person who saved Simba’s life. He has helped hundreds of animals like Simba escape from the awful situations they were in. He provides these animals with food, shelter, and the love they deserve to help them get back to health. Karen has all kinds of animals under his care like hedgehogs, tigers, birds, and snakes.

Simba is now one year old and look at how happy and healthy he is

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Simba has been recovering and learning a lot of things

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Luck seems to favor this baby lion, who is now slowly but steadily recovering. Simba now has to relearn how to walk and play. His caretakers, have provided him with a lot of toys and love, and are patiently helping him become a normal baby lion once again.

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Simba is one adorable and playful baby lion whose cuteness will surely warm your heart.

Animals all over the world face similar situations like Simba

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All over the world thousands of animals experience extreme cruelty. They are tortured by cruel people for the sole purpose of gaining popularity and money. Whenever you go to see any kind of animal kept in captivity, keep their safety and livelihood in mind.

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Animals are not meant for entertainment. They are living beings that can feel pain just like humans. If you come across an animal being mistreated speak up and do not let them suffer. You never know how you can save a life just like how this baby lion’s one was saved.

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