After a day of treatment, veterinarians are guardedly optimistic about Rose’s recovery. She is receiving fluids and hydration intravenously and being bottle-fed small amounts of formula several times a day.
“We can already tell she has a feisty spirit and an obvious will to live, and we’re thankful for that,” Herman said.
Rose is the 18th orphaned mountain lion cub Oakland Zoo has received and rehabilitated from kebun binatang gembira loka jogja the state since 2017, zoo officials said. Three of the 18, Coloma, Toro, and Silverado, still reside at the Oakland Zoo.
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