I have it from trusted sources that the blogpocalypse is happening THIS WEEKEND. There is not much time to prepare. Are you ready? I found a crossbow, so there’s a start.
High in the hills east of suburban San Diego, a 90 acre refuge awaits those seeking respite from the impending zombie masses.
Tip 1: It’s good to be surrounded by giant carnivores. They may look comfortable and content on their custom hammocks made out of recycled fire hoses, but give them a zombie and man, they will go to town.
Lions, Tigers and Bears takes very good care of their animals. That’s good, because you want these guys on your side if and when you’re under attack.
Beautiful AND feisty. This kitty specializes in jumping.
LTB is working on a new 3 acre bear enclosure at the moment. Initially they only had one bear- little Liberty- but when an Oklahoma zoo closed their doors and was threatening to sell Blossom and Delilah to a canned hunting ranch, Bobbi stepped in and brought them to the sanctuary. In addition to their neglected state, they had to convince the bears to eat fruits and vegetables and fish once again.
The zoo employees, dealing with a bankrupt budget, had been forced to beg restaurants for leftovers. When she first arrived at the sanctuary, Delilah turned her nose up at bear food because she had been used to eating waffles.
Here’s Liberty, delicately taking a banana chip- a favorite treat- with her little pink tongue. So fluffy and cute. I am making friends with her now.
See, we have a water source:
Places to retreat to:
And adequate shelter.
I’m very excited! And I’ve recruited people across the country to blog along with me- I’ll introduce them this week!