Rescued from poachers during a nightlong raid by our anti-poaching unit, Suma was an incredibly scared and deeply traumatised bear when she first came to live at the Agra Bear Rescue Facility. Her canines had been smashed and her delicate muzzle crudely pierced, leaving painful scars across her muzzle and an immense amount of stress and fear in this young female sloth bear. Suma took a long time to finally settle in at the facility, and to make friends with the other bears. Although she is still shy, she is slowly recovering from the horrors she underwent, and is learning to trust the people caring for her.
Would you like to sponsor Suma’s care and be a part of her journey to recovery?