Tortured lion cub – Simba will return to Africa to live at sanctuary with another injured lion

Simba has survived unspeakable anguish and suffering, but he is now a “happy lion” who will spend the remainder of his life at an African refuge.

Tortured lion cub - Simba will return to Africa to live at sanctuary with another injured lion

Simba was abducted from his mother when he was just a few weeks old by wicked humans who purposefully injured his hind legs in order to exploit him as a picture prop.

When the merciless street photographer was done with him, the tortured lion cub was unable to move due to a spinal injury and was placed in a barn.

When rescuers discovered him, he was on the verge of death.

Karen Dallakyan, a wildlife veterinarian, spent months rehabilitating the injured lion and convincing him that not all humans are harmful.

Tortured lion cub - Simba will return to Africa to live at sanctuary with another injured lion

Simba was able to walk and run again after two operations and four months of recuperation.

“Simba sprints and jumps with power and main,” Dallakyan stated presently.

And, of course, smiles. I call him a happy lion who enjoys and appreciates life. We saved him by a miracle, a true miracle.

Unfortunately, his injuries have left him permanently damaged, so he will never be released back into the wild, but he will return to his native land to live out the rest of his days.

Tortured lion cub - Simba will return to Africa to live at sanctuary with another injured lion

Simba and Eva, a rescued leopard, are set to go to a wildlife refuge in Tanzania, Africa, where they will live among other rescued big cats.

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