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Ailing orphaned bear cub seems to be feeling better

Fisher and Jo, the orphaned bear cubs rescued near Cranbrook last month. - For the Townsman
Fisher and Jo, the orphaned bear cubs rescued near Cranbrook last month.
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Fisher, one of the bear cub rescued one month ago near Cranbrook, is starting to feel better after suddenly falling ill early last week. Angelika Langen, the manager of the Northern Lights Wildlife Society shelter in Smithers, was happy to report Friday that the little bear cub is improving daily. He was diagnosed with Liver Sarcosis and will requires long-term medication over the next four to five weeks.

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