Eight months later, Aasha had already developed into a truly stunning woman—a true tigress—and it was imperative to remove her from her isolation to observe how she would respond to the other members of her tribe. Unfortunately, the decision to set her free is still up for debate because she might perish in the wild.
The little tiger cub was in critical condition when the center’s founder discovered it. At nine months old, Aasha was three times underweight for her typical weight.
Vicki, the director of that same facility, was very concerned about the animal’s condition and was perplexed as to how a cub just nine months old could be so frail and small.
She had ringworm, among other problems, and the lack of care she received just made her situation worse. In order to get the cub out, Vikki made the decision to buy the cub. She was transferred to a remote refuge.
Bald patches caused by tangled wool covered the infant’s entire body. Her skin had been completely dried out, had browned, and in some spots, she had wounds and abrasions. She received medication and skin care twice daily from the vet, who also paid visits to her.
The wild cat didn’t even wait a month before things started to look considerably better. Two months later, her weight had entirely stabilized and her fur was almost completely restored.
Eight months later, Aasha had already developed into a truly stunning woman—a true tigress—and it was time to let her interact with the rest of her tribesmen. Unfortunately, the decision to set her free is still up for debate because she might perish in the wild.