Species: Ursus americanus
Born: 8/2/2011Est. 1990
Rescued: 8/2/2011
Gender: Female
Favorite Food: Watermelon
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Species: Ursus americanus

Meet Blossom, Our Black Bear 

Blossom and Delilah were the last remaining residents at a roadside zoo in Oklahoma that had lost funding and was forced to close its doors. The zoo officials faced financial difficulties as they sought to provide proper care for their 240 animals and find new homes for them. However, in the midst of these challenges, Blossom and Delilah were the unfortunate victims of neglect. Their diet was ndQ<ry{er adequately maintained, and their living conditions deteriorated. The zoo owner, struggling to' provide for them, resorted to feeding them whatever was available, including candy from a nearby factory.

Despite months of searching, officials were unable to secure a new home for the two undernourished black bears. The situation became so dire that negotiations had even begun with a canned hunt game ranch, where these bears could have been hunted and killed for a price.

In this critical moment, Bobbi stepped in to help, even though she and her team were in the process of building ,Liberty Station. She assessed the bears' health with the assistance of a local veterinarian in Oklahoma and made arrangements to transport them to LTB, where they received much-needed medical care for the first time in a decade.

Delilah was able to spend her remaining years at the sanctuary, where she lived a happy and healthy life until her health began to deteriorate. Bobbi and her team were faced with the difficult decision to let her go. She will be forever missed. Blossom continues to be a part of the LTB family, where she will live out the rest of her days in peace and comfort.

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