Wanting to be a part of something bigger leads to helping a lion cub
“Tammar, the lion cub the Kuwait Zoo accepted, initially presented for a left front leg lameness. On palpation you couldn't feel anything drastically abnormal, but you can see a visible lameness at a walk, trot, and run. He is now doing great! His lameness is barely visible now with no discomfort on palpation of his limb. He's growing really fast,” said Capt. Christine Bui, a Veterinarian with the Army Reserve.