WE STILL NEED YOUR HELP to build a home for our two rescued MOONBEARS!!!
The two bear cubs were rescued by villagers in 2017 after their mom left them behind, but the villagers did not have enough food and knowledge about raising bears so they gave them to our community.
They're now growing up in a small Karen village in a remote area at the Thai- Burma Border where we started to create an Animal Rescue and Learning Center. We are working together with the Local Forest Department and Wildlife Center. Your Donations helped us to buy good and healthy food for them!
As the two guys becoming bigger and bigger we now need URGENTLY a safe enclosure and big playground for them! Please help to support the wildlife and local community work in our area!
THE MOONBEAR STORY: Many people wondering if the two rescued Moonbears of Mu Aye Pu can be released and asking why they have to stay in an enclosure. As far as I know it's NOT possible to release them, because they grew up among humans and have not enough "bearskills" to survive on their own in the jungle. Villagers brought them to my friends after being unsuccessful feeding them enough- they were very small when they arrived (the two guys fitted easy into a chicken transport box!) Their mother left them behind after her third babybear died- supposingly because she had not enough milk. It's pretty rare bears have three puppies but happens. So they grew up among humans and as far as I know they will always return to the village because they know where there's humans there's food and animals like chicken (and chicken is on their menu!). And now that they're becoming bigger and bigger it's obvious that they're wild animals and very strong and maybe even dangerous! We don't want to keep them in a bearcage- that's why we collecting money to build them a big enclosure and playground and the more money we get the bigger we can build! But: if anybody out there knows more about bears and how to release them- please contact us!!! We're pleased for help and happy for more knowledge about bears!!! Thanks for reading!!! Your Mu Aye Pu Crew
That's great! 4 volunteers arrived to Mu Aye Pu- the home of our Moonbears- that means, work can go on faster!!! We made a little calculation on our ongoing expenses and for the bears we need about 3000 bath (about 80 Dollars) monthly on Food - the enclosure- the more money- the bigger it can be build!!!!
THE MOONBEAR STORY:Many people wondering if the two rescued Moonbears of Mu Aye Pu can be released and asking why they have to stay in an enclosure. As far as I know it's NOT possible to release them, because they grew up among humans and have not en…