Appalachian Bear Rescue

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Appalachian Bear Rescue
Appalachian Bear Rescue is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Townsend, Tennessee. Displayed below are the social networks for Appalachian Bear Rescue which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Appalachian Bear Rescue on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for Appalachian Bear Rescue is:
438 Lawson Rd
Townsend, TN 37882
(865) 448-0143

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Appalachian Bear Rescue has an overall ZapScore of 99. This means that Appalachian Bear Rescue has a higher ZapScore than 99% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Townsend, Tennessee is 44 and in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category is 51. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Appalachian Bear Rescue added an event.
Come join us for a day of music, Vienna coffee & food, and ornaments galore at the Ornaments of Joy event that benefits ABR Cubs! You can bid on hand-painted ornaments by Kim DeLozier, ABR Curators, Lois Alexander, Robert Tino, Mayors and other dignitaries in the Silent Auction. Hope to see you there!!
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Appalachian Bear Rescue added 8 new photos.
We never know the exact birthdate of our residents so we chose January 22 as the official birthday for all bears who come to ABR. Otto, Rollo and Apollo are nine months old today! Bears aren’t big on marking what we consider to be important milestones. True to form, our cubs behaved as if it was just another day: Otto chased Rollo and Apollo around the enclosure and wrestled with both at the base of their favorite tree. Rollo left the scrimmage to enjoy a nap on Summitt’s Branch, leaving Apollo and Rollo to duke it out. Later, Apollo climbed past Rollo to enjoy his nap on an upper limb. Otto made his bed at the base and was soon fast asleep. It was just an ordinary day for the cubs, but it’s one we’re happy to celebrate for them. We thank you for helping our bears thrive. Our “Bear Necessities Campaign” is very close to our goal of $20,000. To date, we’ve raised $18,938.74! If you would prefer to donate directly to the campaign, please click on the donations page and check “Bear Necessities” in the “Designate this gift for a specific purpose” box. Thank you for your kindness to our bears. https://salsa4.salsalabs.com/o/51586/donate_page/donate?track=Website_Donate_Page_Link Please consider adopting Otto, Rollo, Apollo or our recent releases, Dani and Summitt. To adopt a cub, please click on this link. https://salsa4.salsalabs.com/o/51586/t/19338/shop/item.jsp?storefront_KEY=334&t=&store_item_KEY=1070

Appalachian Bear Rescue added 4 new photos.
Curator Janet reports - Today, I observed the bears sitting under a tree talking about.....well, whatever bears talk about. Pat Chrisman, ABR volunteer, donated some figs, which were thrown in to the enclosure for the bears. Our three growing boys made quick work of the figs. A favorite children’s bear book of mine is “Little Cub” by Olivier Dunrea. Little Cub is afraid of the dark nights, is hungry, and has no one to take care of him. Old Bear lives alone and has no one to share his lunch with. When the two meet by chance, Old Bear asks, “Who do you belong to?” and Little Cub responds, “I belong to me,” followed by, “But maybe I can belong to you.” Such it is for our three bears who had a rough start in life; two somehow separated from mother, and one separated due to an injury that needed attention. For now, they belong to one another and have formed their own band of brothers. Soon, they will begin the solitary, independent life of a black bear and belong only to themselves; just as nature intended. We launched our “Bear Necessities Campaign” with a goal of $20,000. We are very close to reaching our goal. Please consider adopting Otto, Rollo, Apollo or our recent releases, Dani and Summitt. To adopt a cub, please click on this link. https://salsa4.salsalabs.com/o/51586/t/19338/shop/item.jsp… If you would prefer to donate directly to the campaign, please click on the donations page and check “Bear Necessities” in the “Designate this gift for a specific purpose” box. Thank you for your kindness to our bears. https://salsa4.salsalabs.com/o/51586/donate_page/donate…


Don't forget to come out to Quaker, Steak and Lube in Sevierville today. The Jeep Crew is celebrating their... fb.me/9c4QWtypz

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Don't forget to come out to Quaker, Steak and Lube in Sevierville today. The Jeep Crew is celebrating their Jeeptoberfest and part of the proceeds will benefit Appalachian Bear Rescue!
We will be at 1431 Parkway, Sevierville TN, at the Quaker Steak and Lube lower parking area. See you there!!

ABR Update-October 20, 2017-Gold Medal Cubs If napping were an Olympic event, we think Otto, Rollo and Apollo would tie for gold. Curator Coy spied Otto and Rollo dozing in the upper branches of their tree, and the sleeping Apollo resting on Summitt’s Branch lower down. Black bears further north are already preparing for the granddaddy of all naps, hibernation. Though bears in our area don’t enter dens until late November/mid-December, our cubs are putting in the hours of practice expected of world-class snoozers. Otto, Rollo and Apollo will be with us for a few more weeks, but if all goes well, they’ll be snoring in dens of their own before winter. Our “Bear Necessities Campaign” is very close to our goal of $20,000. To date, we’ve raised $18,938.74! If you would prefer to donate directly to the campaign, please click on the donations page and check “Bear Necessities” in the “Designate this gift for a specific purpose” box. Thank you for your kindness to our bears. �https://salsa4.salsalabs.com/o/51586/donate_page/donate?track=Website_Donate_Page_Link Please consider adopting Otto, Rollo, Apollo or our recent releases, Dani and Summitt. To adopt a cub, please click on this link.�https://salsa4.salsalabs.com/o/51586/t/19338/shop/item.jsp?storefront_KEY=334&t=&store_item_KEY=1070 *We're having problems with Facebook today. It isn't allowing us to post more than one photo, so we smushed two photos together. We hope this issue will be resolved soon.


Don't forget to come out and drink a beer for the bears next Thursday, October 26th. Little River Trading Company... fb.me/3fXHoK8Gq


A reminder! Today's the day! :) fb.me/2caIXAarN


Please join our friends at Cades Cove Cellars for their fundraiser against childhood cancer on Saturday, October... fb.me/yGD59uvz


ABR Video Update-October 8, 2017 Over the past few weeks, our curators captured short video clips of Otto,... fb.me/3PKLiSO0H