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Thank you from all of us at PAWS. Click here to give. By donating to PAWS, you join the millions of generous people around the world showing support for their favorite charities. She went from an elephant almost paralyzed with fear and anxiety — literally crawling on the ground on her elbows and knees when she saw other elephants — to being an extremely confident member of her elephant group today.
This was only the second trip of her life.
The first was after she was captured in Swaziland at the age of two and sold to the San Francisco Zoo. Lulu was ripped away from her caring mother who was likely killed in the process and all that she knew — freedom, the dynamic sights and sounds of the African savanna, and a vast network of elephant kin — and sentenced to a lifetime in captivity.
Even with the best efforts of the elephant staff in San Francisco, life at the zoo was stressful for Lulu.
Another elephant frequently bullied and dominated her, often trapping Lulu in a corner with no means of escape or blocking her access to food or a barn doorway. Wild female elephants live with their grandmothers, mothers, aunts, sisters and their offspring.
In contrast, captive elephants are usually strangers from entirely different countries. It's hard to blame those elephants who act out aggressively, as they are merely responding to the dysfunctional environment of captivity — worlds away from the life they were meant to lead.
Pat and PAWS President and Co-founder Ed Stewart believed in the power of sanctuary to heal past trauma, and to help transform elephants into the magnificent wild animals they are by giving them a spacious natural environment, loving care, and the freedom to choose where to go and what to do — a safe place to just be elephants again.
Slowly but surely, Lulu relaxed and became more comfortable with her new elephant companions. Lulu's confidence has continued to grow, and her personality to blossom. Seeing how far this special elephant has come, Ed calls the changes a miracle. Today, Lulu has no fear.
She confidently heads up her elephant group that includes Maggie and T0ka as they traverse the hills of their expansive habitat, foraging on grass and trees, mudding themselves, exploring or taking a nap. At age 52, Lulu is the second oldest African elephant in North America.
Had she been left in her native home, it's likely Lulu would still be reproducing and bringing more elephants into her family and the greater elephant population.
PAWS is honored to know and care for this very special elephant. We thank all of our supporters for helping us provide Lulu — affectionately called "Little Lu" by Ed, Pat, and the elephant staff — and all of the elephants at PAWS with as close to a natural habitat home as possible.
Sadly, Pat lost a long battle with cancer and passed away on February 15, Her battle against the use of cruel elephhant bullhooks has resulted in statewide bans in California and Rhode Island, with PAWS playing an integral role in their passage.
Pat remains an inspiration to everyone at PAWS and to the greater animal protection community. They are at complete liberty to act out natural behaviors in the comfort of their individually designed enclosures. PAWS' animals are not bred, traded, sold, rented or forced to perform in any way.
PAWS educates the entertainment industry, public officials and the general public in humane care and treatment of captive wildlife. Through our public awareness campaigns, more and more actively concerned individuals are becoming aware of the problems inherent in the breeding of wildlife in captivity and the use of animals in entertainment.Titus is a third generation animal trainer and wrangler in the Reynolds family.
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