Livestream: watch rescued bears at Romania sanctuary
If you're bored or hoping to bring some positivity to your day, try spotting some of Libearty sanctuary's 106 rescued bears. The video is streaming live 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from the 75 acre forest enclosure in Zarnesti, Romania
106 lucky bears are now living a cruelty-free life in their high welfare sanctuary home.
Please note: there are currently technical issues with this livestream. We hope to have it working again as soon as possible.
Happy streaming! If you're lucky, you'll see some of the bears playing in the pool.
Helping fund Libearty's vital work
We built the Libearty sanctuary with Asociatia Milioane de Prieteni (Millions of Friends Association) in 2005, and continue to work closely with the dedicated team to help save bears from a life of torture and terrible living conditions.
Many of the bears were rescued from private owners and poorly-run zoos in Romania and other European countries countries.
Saved from lives of misery
In Romania, it was once common for bear cubs to be caught and illegally kept in small cages in public places, such as restaurants and petrol stations, to attract and entertain customers.
As these bears grew into adulthood, their cages became small prisons.
Now, thanks to your generous donations and support, very few bears are kept in such horrendous conditions in Romania.
106 lucky bears, some of whom you'll spot in the livestream, are now living a cruelty-free life in their high welfare sanctuary home.