Nancy Stanz 
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Re: “What's Wrong With Boo Boo? Humane Society Renames Bear Cub 'Bernard'

Shouldn’t the person who rescued Boo Boo be the one to name him? Isn’t it a bit presumptuous that the Humane Society takes it on themselves to rename him…a people name of all things. He is not a human, Boo Boo fits the situation, & he is known affectionately world-wide now as Boo Boo. He doesn’t care if his name is Boo Boo or Bernard or Sunshine, but the person who rescued him chose to name him Boo Boo and you should respect that and leave it alone. Perhaps they do want him to be thought of affectionately.

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Posted by Nancy Stanz on 09/03/2012 at 9:37 PM

Re: “What's Wrong With Boo Boo? Humane Society Renames Bear Cub 'Bernard'

This bear cub is a 'wild' animal not a domesticated one. Experts in the care of cubs are needed (IBBR). His psychie needs attention as well as his wounds. The whole wild bear needs attention for a successful release. Not just a bear with healed feet.

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Posted by Nancy Stanz on 09/03/2012 at 6:09 PM

Re: “What's Wrong With Boo Boo? Humane Society Renames Bear Cub 'Bernard'

They are concerned about a 'respectable' name. Misplaced concern if I ever heard one. How about being concerned about his long-term welfare. Every moment he is kept in isolation his mind is affected. The whole cub has to be treated. My God, he just lost his mother, his protector, his teacher. Place him at Idaho Black Bear Rehab before it is too late. Or have you already determined it is too late with 'if he survives'. His fate is the responsibility of IDF&G and the Humane Society. Be ready for the backlash and blame, for it will come from around the world.

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Posted by Nancy Stanz on 09/03/2012 at 6:02 PM

Re: “Fish and Game: 'Boo Boo' Bear's Burns Are Severe

I am sure that F&G has excellent vets for wildlife but Idaho Black Bear Rehab has equally qualified vets who have rehabbed cubs, and even adults, equally or worse off than BooBoo. An added bonus is the limited human contact allowing the bears to be released back into their natural habitat where they were meant to survive on their own, not in a zoo or sanctuary becoming dependent on humans for livelihood. And it will not cost the taxpayers huge $$'s as it is a non-profit organization.

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Posted by Nancy Stanz on 08/30/2012 at 9:47 AM

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