An orphaned girl has recovered her teddy bear lost after more than a year. How he reacted at the time of the review


On October 9, 2020, Naomi, an Ethiopian girl, lost her teddy bear on the Hidden Lake Trail in Glacier National Park, a natural park in Montana.

Naomi received the teddy bear as a gift from her new parents while in an orphanage in Ethiopia. They told her that she would keep him company until he reached her new home forever. Thus, Teddy traveled with her around the world and they had many adventures together.

After the tourist season ended, the foresters were cleaning the park, at which point they found the teddy bear under the snow. Normally, he would have thrown it away because it was a small, unmaintained toy, but something told ranger Tom Mazzarisi not to throw the teddy bear: “Bears are my passion. I just didn’t have the heart to throw it away. There was something special about that teddy bear, so I adopted him and named him Cesar. ”

Cesar became the mascot of the forester’s car. The teddy bear was on board the car and supervised bears and other wild animals, writes La Stampa.

In the fall of this year, a friend of little Naomi returned to the park and accidentally came across the forester’s patrol car, in which Cesar, or rather Teddy, was sitting on board. The girl recognized the toy and sent a note to the park employees.

After discovering Teddy’s story, the foresters rushed to return the toy to the girl. No less than 3 rangers were involved in the action.

So, a year later, Teddy is back in the arms of little Naomi.

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