Su Yun, a Chinese woman from Yunnan province, called the Wildlife Rescue Center to pick up her puppy. The two-year-old dog she had purchased had grown to enormous size and was walking on his hind legs.
A girl bought a dog on vacation thinking it was a Tibetan Mastiff. Not long after the purchase, the animal began to eat food in huge quantities: every day it ate a crate of fruit and two buckets of noodles. As it grew older, the “dog” began to look more and more like a bear, which Su Yun is scared of.
Staff members who came to check on her stated that she had had an endangered Himalayan bear all along. The pet weighed about 113 kilograms. The owner gave the pet to a wildlife rescue center. There he will finally meet his relatives and learn how to get food by himself.