Staff members quickly put her on antibiotics and tried to let her settle into her new home. But it hasn't been easy for the little cub, who experienced so much loss at such a young age. At first she was reluctant to eat anything, the group said, and would shake when anyone approached her. When she was alone, she'd cry.
"She struggles to walk, barely making it a few feet before collapsing," Wildlife SOS wrote after her rescue earlier this month. "Her tiny muzzle is muddy from being dragged along the ground as she uses it to support the weight of her body in the absence of her left forepaw."
"It's impossible to watch without a lump in your throat and the feeling that your heart might break," the group added.