Cubs Die

Some time ago, one of the little cubs died. Due to a huge liver. I am aware that English is not Eddies first language which would account for the way he described the autopsy. I’m not too sure where this autopsy was performed. There has never been any sightings of a “medical” room or an off site “medical” facility where the animals are treated. Like any respectable Zoological facility, specialized “medical” areas are part of the compound. With BJWT, we have never seen such an area, room, nor have we seen a building used for these purposes. He did say that all “vets were in the house,” after the cubs death. Could the autopsy have been performed in the kitchen? Also, too, please note his constant use of the term “inbreeding” when describing any abnormalities, color, illness, size, and death. He has also said he has hand reared over 120 cubs. So where are they and why does he not parade them like he does his Box Cubs? After all, he has habituated them to humans, he and his staff have all formed “bonds” with these animals, they all have names, so where are they? Over 120 cubs raised by Serio and his staff. That is a great many animals.



Author: ExposingBJWT

The importance of animal welfare is at the top of my list, with lions being in the forefront. There is a lot to be accompomlished and collectively the roar will be louder.

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