Adopted Puppies Help Raise Snow Leopard

Shanti, the new snow leopard kitten at the Binder Park Zoo, has some new friends. Two puppies named Lillie and Bhadra are helping Shanti socialize. Binder Park Zoo’s baby snow leopard cub, now 7 weeks old, has entered some playmates. Boxer Mix Puppies Lillie and Bhadra give fellowship and socialization for Shanti. The triad is getting on well and enjoying their playtime.

Shanti, the new snow leopard kitten at the Binder Park Zoo, has some new friends. Two puppies named Lillie and Bhadra are helping Shanti socialize.  Binder Park Zoo's baby snow leopard cub, now 7 weeks old, has entered some playmates. Boxer Mix Puppies Lillie and Bhadra give fellowship and socialization for Shanti. The triad is getting on well and enjoying their playtime.

She was removed from her mother shortly after birth to give her a better chance of survival. The possibility of future release back into the wild is unlikely but something not to rule out.

Adopted Puppies Help Raise Snow Leopard

The puppies will provide the companionship and warmth she would have received from her mother. This is an ideal pairing that has become common practice throughout the zoo industry.

Adopted Puppies Help Raise Snow Leopard

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